Indianapolis, Ind. — Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson has been named to serve on the bipartisan Presidential Advisory Committee on Election Integrity. President Donald Trump formed the committee Thursday through an executive order and appointed Vice President Mike Pence to be the chairman.The committee will be made up of 15 members appointed by the president with experience with election operations, fraud detection and voter integrity efforts. The mission of the group will be to study the federal registration and election process.The committee will advise the president on strategies and practices to increase confidence in federal elections, identify rules and policies that undermine voter confidence and isolate vulnerabilities in the voter registration and the voting process.
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