A polling sign in Los Angeles, Nov. 6, 2012. (David McNew/Getty Images)
A White House commission tasked with making voting improvements after lengthy wait times were reported in the 2012 election is hitting the road.
The president's Commission on Election Administration, which met for the first time on Friday, announced it will hold upcoming hearings in four states: Florida, Pennsylvania, Colorado and Ohio.
Co-chair Bob Bauer, President Barack Obama's former counsel, said they will hold "a public meetings process around the country that enables us to hear from election officials, from experts and from citizens in affected communities about the voting experience and their perspective on the issues they should be covering." Bauer and co-chair Ben Ginsberg, former counsel for Mitt Romney, invited election experts and members of the public to participate.
"Please help us to ferret out the information we need," Bauer said.
Hearing specifics are still slim. Known so far: They are scheduled for June 28 at the University of Miami, Aug. 8 in Denver, Sept. 4 inRead More »from President’s election commission heads to four states