As a nation that prides itself on being up to date on the latest technology and software, the United States is failing terribly behind in one major category, working voting machines on election days.
Voting Technology articles on Democracy Chronicles
This voting technology section highlights the important role technology has played in democratic history and seeks to explore how technology will shape the future of elections. This new era of elections is an area of heavy debate in political circles. Also see our articles on the Internet and Voting.
Facebook users in Kenya will begin receiving reminders to confirm their voter identification details
An unused voting machine put the results of some Palmer Township primary elections temporarily in doubt
Journalists from around the world gathered last week at the Jerusalem Press Club for a conference
In an effort to help fight against voter suppression and the strict voter ID laws, cell phone company Boost Mobile has been trying to figure out ways to help combat racial and class inequality in voting.
Allegations of irregularities and hacking of electronic voting machines were top of the agenda at the meeting
For election observers to effectively discharge their mandate, scholars and analysts are arguing for embracing of appropriate information communication technologies.
Pakistan should be patient, realistic and cautious with the use of technology in elections
The Autonomous Space Agency Network launched a weather balloon 90,000 feet up with a rude tweet attached
Foreign hackers may have targeted the British government’s voter registration site before Brexit