The recent Johor election indicated repeated bad practices by the candidates and political parties in sourcing and managing the personnel required for polling and counting agents during the election.
As each constituency is unique, organising your polling and counting agents, from a human resource point of view, is a formidable task
This webinar is aimed at all those who are involved in organising and sourcing polling and counting agents for future elections.
Part 1 discusses on how you should estimate the number of polling and counting agents required and how to encourage people to participate.
Part 2 discusses the specific preparations needed in competitive or marginal seats
- Jan Chow, Sabah polling and counting agents trainer, Tindak Malaysia; chief polling and counting agent in the 2018 general election
- Vincent Chin, chief polling and counting agent; trainer on election statutes and regulations; train-the-trainer facilitator for the 2013 and 2018 general election (22 parliamentary seats); observer for Engage for the Semenyih and Rantau by-elections in 2019