Insides Georgia’s voting system will be cracked open for inspection as part of a lawsuit alleging that the state’s elections are vulnerable to inaccuracies.
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Democrats in the early presidential contest states of Iowa and Nevada will be able to cast their votes over the telephone instead of showing up.
Swiss Post has suspended e-voting system effectively spelling the end of online trials with the current technology for the October parliamentary elections.
Caltech has released its report, Assuring Election Integrity: A Comprehensive Ecological Framework for Evaluating Elections in Southern California.
County elections officials express “grave concerns” over Corey Stapleton’s plan to implement a new statewide election system in time for the 2020 elections.
Lawmakers and election security experts have focused much of their energies over the past two years on doing away with paperless voting machines.
The government has decided to suspend efforts to enshrine electronic voting in Swiss law, but it plans to continue trials using improved systems.
Free Speech For People files lawsuit on behalf of NEDC to uncover communications about election security from National Association of Secretaries of State.
North Carolina won’t clear voting-machine makers to sell their systems to county elections boards until it learns more about who owns them.
Two U.S. senators asked the FBI to explain what it has done to investigate the suspected hack by Russian intelligence of a Florida-based voting software.