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Trey Grayson named to presidential commission to improve elections

May 22, 2013 | | Comments 2
Trey Grayson, Kentucky's secretary of state and Republican U.S. Senate candidate. Photo by Pablo Alcala.

Trey Grayson, Kentucky’s secretary of state and Republican U.S. Senate candidate. Photo by Pablo Alcala.

FRANKFORT – Former Kentucky Secretary of State Trey Grayson, who now is director of the Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, is one of 10 members of President Barack Obama’s Commission on Election Administration.

Obama launched the panel this week to identify non-partisan ways to shorten lines at polling places, promote efficient conduct of elections and provide better access to the polls for voters.

The commission is to submit a final report to Obama within six months of its first public meeting, which is expected to be held in Washington in June.

–Jack Brammer

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  1. MikeTrip says:

    When Trey ran for Sec of State a friend of mine told me that he was really a liberal democrat. I voted for him anyway. He had me fooled. My friend was right. Trey has gone to the dark side.

  2. Buck Feshear says:

    I could have told you that Trey is a RINO a long time ago.