The Defending our Constitution and the Future of American Elections event at the Center for the Arts was an attempt at a bipartisan, but nonpolitical, conversation about elections and the U.S. Constitution, issues that have become intensely politicized since the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection. U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney and Issue One founder Nick Penniman headlined the event, responding to written questions from the audience and the two moderators: former Republican Teton County commissioner Paul Vogelheim and Jackson Hole Democrat Paul Hansen.

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