Smartmatic Sponsors LA Chamber of Commerce at Access Sacramento
United States - April 20, 2022 - As a key provider of election infrastructure in Los Angeles, Smartmatic proudly supported the county as a sponsor for Access Sacramento. Smartmatic’s Engagement Director Daniel Murphy introduced California’s Secretary of State Shirly Weber for a breakfast session with key government officials and stakeholders. The event took place April 20.
“Dr. Weber has prioritized strengthening and expanding the successful reforms from the 2020 election that drove historic levels of turnout across California and gave voters from every community the options that enabled them to participate in the election safely,” said Murphy. “She believes that increased transparency in our electoral systems, as well as lobbyist registration, and campaign finance systems is vital to enable all voters to make an informed decision about what issues, causes, or candidates to support.”
Murphy is an elections expert specializing in electoral administration, equipment development and manufacturing, poll worker training and recruitment, election law compliance, polling place accessibility, and project management. In his career has served as an Election Programs Coordinator for the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk, the largest election jurisdiction in the United States. He has also worked for the US EAC and several election-related NGOs. Murphy is a graduate of American University (Washington, DC) with a B.A. in International Studies.
Access Sacramento is a series of keynote sessions and panel discussions that provides Chamber of Commerce members to connect with elected officials, share their stories and business knowledge, and shape policy. The LA Area Chamber of Commerce will advocate for policy issues that will strengthen industries, drive job creation, and regional economic prosperity for all.
Smartmatic partnered with the office of the LA Register Recorder/County Clerk and other county officials to manufacture and deploy the VSAP voting system in Los Angeles. The company continues to support the county with election services and logistics.