VIDEO: 2018 State of Our State Conference

Videos from the 2018 State of Our State Conference that focused on Arizona's Voter Crisis are now available for viewing:

Opening Remarks
Opening Remarks
featuring
Andrea Whitsett, director, ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
Jonathan Koppell, dean, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, ASU
Michael M. Crow, president, Arizona State University
Damien R. Meyer, chairman, Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission
(Running Time: 0:36:50)

Keynote Presentation
Keynote Presentation
featuring
Joseph Garcia, director of communication and community impact,
ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy,
and director of the Latino Public Policy Center at Morrison Institute
(Running Time: 0:19:41)

First Panel
First Panel
featuring
Lisa Urias, managing partner, CoNecs North America, and executive board member,
ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
Garrett Archer, senior analyst for elections, Arizona Secretary of State’s Office
Neil Giuliano, president & CEO, Greater Phoenix Leadership
Janice Palmer, vice president and director of policy, Helios Education Foundation
Jim Rounds, president, Rounds Consulting Group, Inc., and senior fellow at Goldwater
Institute
Anna Tovar, mayor of Tolleson, and former state legislator
(Running Time: 1:00:16)

Presentation of Sue Clark-Johnson Award to Lattie F. Coor and Second Panel
Sue Clark-Johnson Award and Second Panel
featuring
Betsey Bayless, advisory board chair, ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
Jonathan Koppell, dean, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, ASU
Lattie F. Coor, chairman & founding director, Center for the Future of Arizona,
and former president of ASU
Grady Gammage Jr., founding member, Gammage & Burnham law firm,
and senior research fellow, ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
David Byler, chief elections analyst and staff writer, The Weekly Standard
Elvia Diaz, columnist, The Arizona Republic
Jonathan Koppell, dean, Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, ASU
Jacqueline Salit, president, Independent Voting
Eugene Scott, reporter, The Washington Post
Andrea Whitsett, director, ASU Morrison Institute for Public Policy
(Running Time: 1:15:54)