Some U.S. states have adopted technology to enable the federal government have access to state computer managing voter data to root out hackers.
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In ‘The State of Voting 2018’, the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law details threats to the ballot this fall
Demands for a manual voter recount surge amid claims of election fraud in the Iraqi general elections
Roughly 1 in 5 Americans will be casting ballots on machines that do not produce a paper record of votes
State election officials around the country will receive their share of $380 million that Congress set aside for election security
The vendors were selected because their systems are certified by the federal Election Assistance Commission
Swing state Pennsylvania is taking a strong administrative stand against voting machines without a paper trail
South Korea’s government has officially distanced itself from a firm providing electronic voting machines to the Congo
Aimed at the integrity of federal elections, it would also make elections for state offices more secure
American electronic voting machines are being used well past their expected lifespan and are breaking down