Growing suspicion about voting systems has kindled a back-to-the future moment among conservatives in some parts of the U.S.
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A joint analysis from Brennan Center, Verified Voting finds replacing aging voting equipment will cost hundreds of millions of dollars.
A new bill would alter the rule by requiring counties to purchase machines that create a paper trail when older machines age out.
A proposal to improve Indiana’s election security by adding small printers to thousands of electronic touch-screen voting is being criticized.
With this year’s election season right around the corner, a shortage of paper for ballots and other voting materials could create problems.
There has been and remains a long and convoluted debate about how much protection is required to defend elections from hackers.
The new accounts show that Trump was directly involved than previously known in proposals to use national security agencies to seize voting machines.
Ahead of updating state voting systems, Louisiana’s Voting System Commission met this week to hear about new certification standards.
Can machines help us become better citizens and communicators? Deb Roy, a leading authority on the subject, believes this is possible.
In a recent development, Dominion Voting has won a decision in the defamation lawsuit it brought against conservative media, Fox News.