While voting machines themselves are not designed to be online, the larger voting systems in many states end up there, putting the voting process at risk.
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CEOs of three largest U.S. voting equipment companies Thursday supported more disclosure, a major step for an industry scrutinised over election security.
Headed into 2020, with a presidential election on the horizon, cyber concerns are certain to be in the spotlight in Washington.
Brennan Center report finds inadequate oversight of private vendors critical to election security, proposes framework for more transparency and protections.
It’s still child’s play to pick apart election systems that will be used in the 2020 US presidential election, as ethical hackers did, once again.
Citing security concerns, Colorado has become the first state to stop counting votes with printed barcodes. The state’s secretary of state told CNN.
Gov. Janet Mills said Friday she would delay action on a bill passed by Maine lawmakers last month to expand ranked-choice voting to presidential elections.
With five months before primary season begins,State election officials around the country are busy upgrading voting equipment notably through new purchases.
To find a clue about what might have gone wrong with Georgia’s election last fall, look no further than voting machine No. 3 at Winterville Train Depot.
There have been at least three reports confirmed by officials of voting machines in two counties changing voters’ selections in GOP governor primary runoff.