Michael Moser was appointed the director of the Bureau of Election Security and Technology on February 9, 2019.
In his role as director, Moser oversees and manages election security initiatives across the Commonwealth, voting system certification and election modernization. Moser also manages the implementation and maintenance of technology as it relates to the statewide uniform registry of electors (SURE) voter registration database, lobbying disclosure, campaign finance disclosure, elections, election night returns, and supporting applications. Additionally, the bureau works closely with 67 county boards and stakeholders to develop and implement technical projects and procedures impacting voting and elections operations.
Prior to joining the department, Moser served as the community relations coordinator for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Bureau of Driver and Vehicle Services, beginning in March 2015. In that capacity, he assisted Commonwealth residents and members of the media with inquiries related to driver licensing and vehicle registrations. Additionally, he has served in numerous capacities in several state and local elections throughout the Commonwealth.
Moser graduated with a degree in political science from Kutztown University in 2011.
A native of Oley, PA, Moser resides in Mechanicsburg with his domestic partner, Sarah, and their dog, Bear, and two cats, Bailey and Salem.