Exposing 2020, Building Upon 2021 & Reclaiming 2022

The event was held on January 11th, 2022 at the Pollack Cinemas. We outlined the real problems with elections, what was accomplished in 2021, and the work that remains in 2022 to ensure that in Arizona it is easy to vote and hard to cheat.

Keynote Speakers | The Leading Election Integrity Experts From Around The Country

Kristen Eastlick
Senior Vice President | Capital Research Center

Kristen Eastlick is Senior Vice President at the Capital Research Center, a nonprofit investigative think tank that researches and exposes those organizations, activists, funders/philanthropists, and others working to influence the public policy process. As Senior Vice President, Kristen is responsible for CRC’s publications, special projects, and the promotion of the organization’s research and communications efforts. Prior to joining the CRC team, she spent nearly 20 years at Berman and Company, a public affairs/issue advocacy firm that engages in public awareness campaigns to promote limited government, leaving as the firm’s Chief Administrative Officer. She holds a bachelor’s degree in literature and a master’s degree in political science, both from American University. She currently serves as President of the Gadsby’s Tavern Museum Society, and she was appointed by the Alexandria (VA) City Council to serve on the George Washington Birthday Celebration Committee. Eastlick previously served in various roles on the American University Alumni Association Board, and she is a member of ASAE—The Center for Association Leadership and the Society of Human Resources Management.

Jason Snead
Executive Director of the Honest Elections Project

Jason Snead is the executive director of the Honest Elections Project. He is a recognized expert and advocate for commonsense safeguards that secure elections and protect voter confidence. Prior to heading the project, Jason was a Senior Policy Analyst in the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at The Heritage Foundation, where he managed the development of the Heritage Election Fraud Database, a unique tool aggregating proven instances of voter fraud from around the nation. Jason holds a master’s degree in public policy from George Mason University.

Gina Swoboda
Executive Director of the Voter Reference Foundation

Gina currently serves as the Executive Director of the Voter Reference Foundation, a national non-profit foundation dedicated to ensuring free and fair elections in the United States. Gina has served in the AZ Secretary of State’s office under two administrations, those of Secretary Reagan and Secretary Hobbs. In the summer of 2020 Gina took the role of State Director of Election Day Operations for the Trump campaign, and in the space of 6 weeks she recruited, trained, scheduled and debriefed over 3600 volunteer poll observers covering the entire state of Arizona. It was the largest program in the history of the state and the work of the observers has helped to inform our legislators as they undertake efforts to strengthen our election integrity. Gina is a PC Captain, a State Committeeman, a volunteer Deputy Registrar with the Maricopa County Recorder’s Office, Region VII member of the AzFRW Legislative Committee, incoming President of Greater Phoenix Republican Women, GPRW Programs Chair, Campaign and Political Activities Chair and Special Events chair. She is the proud mother of two children, two dogs and a tortoise and has been married to the love of her life for 27 years.

Ken Cuccinelli
Election Transparency Initiative

Ken Cuccinelli served in the federal government, first as the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and then as the acting deputy secretary for the Department of Homeland Security. During his tenure, Cuccinelli was a leading spokesman for the administration on immigration, election security and homeland security issues, and was appointed by the president to serve as an original member of the Coronavirus Task Force upon the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to practicing law for over 25 years, Cuccinelli served in state government in the Virginia Senate from 2002-2010 and as Virginia’s attorney general from 2010-2014. Cuccinelli earned a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Virginia, a law degree from the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, and a master’s in international transactions from George Mason University.