Civic Awareness Series
(Dis) Trust in Elections
Cantigny Visitors Center (Le Jardin)
Thursday, October 12, 7 – 8 pm
The Civic Awareness series, presented by Cantigny Park in partnership with the League of Women Voters, is a free program offered in person and online. For those attending in person, parking is also free if registered in advance — click on the button below.
This month’s topic examines the Campaign Legal Center’s recent report: (Dis) Trust in Elections – Identifying Who Distrusts the Election Process and Why. As a new election cycle dawns, CLC believes now is the time to educate, provide transparency and rebuild Americans’ confidence in our elections. With that goal in mind, CLC commissioned a study by the Ad Council Research Institute (ACRI) to determine Americans’ trust in the election process. Informed by a dual-phased, mixed-methods research study, ACRI and CLC targeted seven key states: Arizona, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Nevada, North Carolina and Georgia. The resulting (Dis)Trust in Elections report was released in May 2023.
To register to attend the event via Zoom, click the button below.
Meet the Speaker: David Hiller is an experienced news media publisher, attorney, and philanthropic executive. He had a 20-year career with Tribune Company, where he started as VP & General Counsel in 1988. Mr. Hiller served in many leadership roles in that time, including President of Tribune Interactive, Publisher of the Chicago Tribune, and Publisher of the Los Angeles Times. Highly involved on the boards of various philanthropic and charitable organizations, Mr. Hiller also served as President and CEO of the McCormick Foundation from 2009 to 2020. His board involvement has included the Field Museum, Chicago History Museum, the Illinois Holocaust Museum, and Thrive Chicago.
Questions about this event? Contact Gpiper@cantigny.org
This program includes built-in closed captioning through Zoom.