Program: Registrar of Voters for Orange County
Orange County just finished the biggest election cycle in the County’s 123 year history. Hear about the process, election security, and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The past election had a voter turnout of 87.3%.
Presenter: Neal Kelley, Registrar of Voters for Orange County.
Mr. Kelly joined the County as Chief Deputy Registrar of Voters in May 2004. Appointed Registrar of Voters in April 2006 by County Executive Officer, Thomas G. Mauk, Mr. Kelly has led the Registrar of Voters’ office through the largest cycle of elections in the County’s 123-year history. In his role as the County’s chief election official, he leads an organization responsible for conducting elections, verifying petitions and maintaining voter records.
Prior to joining Orange County, Mr. Kelly developed and grew several companies of his own, employing hundreds of people from 1989 to 2004. He was also an adjunct professor with Riverside Community College’s Business Administration Department, and served as a police officer in Southern California during the mid 1980’s.
Meeting Start time: 12:15 (Introductions and Meeting Announcements)
Program Start: 12:30
Meeting ID: 880 4978 6278
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