The CCEP was established to democratize civic engagement data and analysis for California. We are committed to making our work widely accessible. We provide public interactive mapping tools, as well as in-person and web-based dialogue, to inform and empower a variety of audiences.
The following are some of this year's CCEP presentations:
October 2, 2018: CCEP Launch Party kicked off the CCEP at USC Price in Sacramento
September 27, 2018: Monika Bauerlein moderated a discussion with guests Mindy Romero and Ari Berman in San Mateo, “State of Democracy: Countering Threats and Advancing Voting Rights in the U.S. and California”
September 24, 2018: Senator Dodd hosted a public forum at UC Davis to address challenges and opportunities in media literacy education.“'Fake News' and Media Literacy in the Digital Age”
September 20, 2018: Napa Valley Community Foundation Event hosted a town hall conversation with Mindy Romero as a guest speaker, “Rethinking the Franchise - How Voting is Changing in California and Elsewhere”
September 13, 2018: Presented on voting trends in Marin, “League of Women Voters of CA Fall Kick-Off”
July 9, 2018: Partnered in presenting new research in Washinton DC at “UnidosUS 2018 Annual Conference”
May 7, 2018: CCEP cohosted a panel at the UC Center Sacramento, “Examining the Effects of the Ballot Initiative Transparency Act”
April 10, 2018: UC Berkeley's Boalt School of Law hosted its 2nd annual Election Law Symposium “Making Democracy Reform a Reality”
March 15, 2018: Mindy Romero presented at Rayburn House Office Building, Washington DC, “The Impact of Election Reforms on the Changing U.S. Electorate”
February 27-28, 2018: The California Subject Matter Project hosted a forum at the UC Davis Conference Center, “Lead Learn 2018: Education for Civic Responsibility”
February 23, 2018: Mindy Romero presented CCEP research at the California State Capitol, “Vote Centers are Coming to California: What Do We Need to Know to Help Ensure Successful and Equitable Implementation?”
February 1, 2018: The Yolo County Office of Education and Advancement Project hosted in their Woodland Conference Center “Race Counts Forum: Advancing Opportunities for All Americans”
January 29, 2018: Panel speaker at the UC Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 2018 symposium at the UC Hastings College of Law, "Voting in 2018 and Beyond: Ensuring Access and Accountability of the Ballot in America."