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NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

The NCSL Video Resource Center is a collection of recorded webinars accessible for on-demand learning.

Elections and Redistricting

The Hottest Election Law Trends

As another presidential year looms, NCSL keeps a close eye on election policy, including how people choose to vote, vote counting, voter registration accuracy and much more. NCSL’s elections team shares insights from the last three years so lawmakers are prepared to pursue legislation to further improve election administration in 2024 and beyond.

2023 Election Recap: Where are States Now?

After 2023’s elections, where are states now, heading into a presidential election year? What’s changed in terms of partisan control, both this year and over recent history? And what will that mean for policymaking in 2024?


Priming Yourself for the 2024 Primaries

Join NCSL’s Wendy Underhill and Ben Williams in this short webinar to learn the “primary” things to know ahead of the 2024 primaries, including who can participate, requirements to get on the ballot, the role of parties versus the state and much more.

Voting Technology, Certification and Standards

As voting technology gets more sophisticated, so do the standards against which they’re tested. The Voluntary Voting System Guidelines (VVSG) are a set of specifications and requirements designed to test basic functionality, accuracy, accessibility and security capabilities. Tune in for the final installment of NCSL’s four-part webinar series, How U.S. Elections Are Run, to learn more about the newest iteration of these standards, VVSG 2.0: What it is, why it’s important and what options legislators can consider for keeping their state’s voting technology as secure and accurate as possible with EAC Commissioner Donald Palmer.

Ensuring Accuracy: Post-Election Audits

It’s always a good idea to double-check your work, and in the world of elections, audits do just that: ensuring accuracy and providing an added layer of assurance to election officials and the public alike that election results are verifiably correct. Tune in for the third installment of NCSL’s four-part webinar series, How U.S. Elections Are Run, to learn more about the different types of post-election tabulation audits that states use (traditional, tiered and risk-limiting) and the value of having such audit laws on the books with EAC Commissioner Christy McCormick.