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Starting November 06 2016, 09:00 AM
Ending November 10 2016, 06:00 PM

2016 U.S. Election Program and Seventh Global Elections Organization (GEO-7) Conference Sponsorship

USEP featured imageThe International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) invites you to support its 2016 United States Election Program (USEP). Each national election, the USEP unites hundreds of senior electoral officials, government and judicial leaders, parliamentarians and diplomats from over 60 countries in Washington, D.C. to collaborate, network and celebrate democracy. Highlights of the USEP include:

  • An exclusive Election Day breakfast briefing;
  • An election night watch party, featuring the presentation of the prestigious Joe C. Baxter Award; and
  • The USEP polling tour, which takes participants to polling stations throughout the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia to witness the American voting process.

USEP Sponsorship opportunities are flexible and can be tailored to your budget and target audience. And, in 2016 only, IFES will bring a new benefit to corporate supporters of the USEP — complimentary extension of their sponsorship benefits to the Seventh Global Elections Organization (GEO-7) conference, to run consecutively with the USEP from November 9 to 10.

The 2016 USEP is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to develop relationships with hundreds of key decision-makers from across the globe, while supporting the incredible efforts of the unsung heroes of democracy. Don’t miss this singular chance to make a global impact!

The official working language of the USEP and GEO-7 is English. Simultaneous interpretation for all plenary sessions and program materials will be available in Arabic, French and Spanish. More information about the USEP venue, registration fee and lodging will be posted soon at Please click here for additional details on the USEP, including sponsorship benefits and packages. Should you have any questions, please contact Lauren Terrell at

IFES is a 501(c)(3) non-profit (federal EIN number: 52-1527835)