Independent auditors looking into vote tampering in Windham’s 2020 state representative vote are focusing on ballot paper fold lines.
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The Dutch Electoral Council has brought back electronic voting tools to count votes for the March 2021 parliamentary elections.
A new study looks at voting machine purchases in 791 jurisdictions throughout the country. It establishes the supremacy of three vendors.
HB 1365 under consideration in Indiana’s Senate would make it illegal for voting machines in the state to be connected to the Internet.
The recent amplification of implausible assertions manifestly damaging to the reputation of business and individuals in unprecedented.
Unless all of our presidential elections have been rigged to varying degrees, narratives of rigged and stable elections are false.
Senator Darren Bailey (R-Louisville) has introduced Senate Bill 2038, requiring election officials to use hand-marked paper ballots.
Dominion Voting Systems intends to bid for Louisiana’s new voting machine contract as it combats conspiracies surrounding its equipment.
New report simplifies process for election tech vendors securing supply chains for developing the products they sell to state and local officials.
Manufacturers may have to demonstrate that any wireless gear in their voting machines have been rendered unusable.