Lawmakers will join former NSA national threat operations director Sherri Ramsay in the election security-focused corner of the cybersecurity conference.
Military Voting articles on Democracy Chronicles
The unique challenges of ensuring military voting rights will be covered in this section. Absentee ballots for overseas members of the military exist but the 50 states have different rules. A low voting rate for overseas military personnel is evidence of a problem. Also see our articles on Mail and Absentee Voting and Voter Access.
Utah County pilots mobile voting application based on blockchain to allow military absentee voters and their overseas voters to vote.
The Trump administration has supported plenty of moves to make it harder to vote. But an under-the-radar action President Trump took last year.
Military voters stationed overseas will be able to cast their votes for the 2020 presidential election via a mobile app that uses a private blockchain.
West Virginia made history last year as the first US state to use mobile blockchain voting for a midterm election thought were criticized by the state.
The city of Denver will allow thousands of voters to cast their ballots with a smartphone application this year using a blockchain-based app called Voatz.
West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner says he’s hoping to offer mobile voting for military and overseas voters again in the 2020 elections.
West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner charged his elections team with finding a way to make voting in the 2018 presidential election easier.
While the overall number of veterans in Congress declined after Tuesday’s election, the number of female veterans elected to Congress rose.
At least 16 “freshmen” veterans were elected for the first time to serve in the House of Representatives, the largest influx of new vets since 2010.