In the past decade, the largest manufacturer of voting machines in the country, has routinely wined and dined a select group of Georgia lawmakers.
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Philadelphia is on a crash program to get new voting machines installed this year to dispel worries about hacking during the 2020 presidential election.
In the last election, South Carolina voting machines made serious vote count errors by counting some votes twice crediting the wrong candidate.
After Georgia’s 2018 elections focused stinging criticism, study commission voted Thursday to recommend use of machines that record votes and print record.
Review of midterm election offers assurance electronic vote counts are reliable, but lawmakers show limited interest in deploying the technology statewide.
The new Democratic majority House gaveled in on Thursday with reform on its agenda — not so much of policy but of democracy itself.
University of Florida professor Gilbert has developed technology to make voting accessible. Will his invention be used at polling locations in the country.
Georgia’s outdated election system has drawn criticism from cybersecurity experts and voting advocates and a commission is preparing recommendations.
Pennsylvania municipalities must acquire voting machines in middle of a busy presidential election cycle that produce paper trail to audit before 2019 ends.
Representative Terry Alexander is introducing a bill in the upcoming legislative session that will address this state’s voting system inadequacies.