Georgia’s plan to delay a software update on voting equipment until after the next election has drawn criticism over security concerns.
Election Security articles on Democracy Chronicles
This election security section highlights the importance of protecting the integrity of the vote count. An onslaught of new technologies offer both opportunity and peril for democracy. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents, the Internet and Voting or Voting Machines.
New research shows how the communities that are most heavily policed are pushed away from… having a say in changing policy.
Elections cost American taxpayers approximately $2 billion per year—a figure that may grow to $5 billion in the near future.
After 19 years of building, tinkering, and testing, he told Undark this spring, he had finally invented “the most secure voting technology ever.”
Attention has been paid to rogue election administrators, but election results can also be manipulated by infiltrating poll worker training.
“Big Lie” supporters are running for positions that would enable them to allow unauthorized outsiders to “check” voting machines.
Despite continued election conspiracy claims, security experts who have spent years uncovering voting system problems are still at it.
Texas is experiencing threats against county clerks and election officials as the midterm election on November 8 approaches.
The Michigan attorney general’s office discovered attempts to induce county clerks in three counties to turn up election equipment.
A federal agency warned about a security breach on the Dominion systems last month. But Denver City Council has decided to use them.