New hybrid configuration featuring the ballot marking device, made a national debut in a live election this month in Fairfield County, South Carolina.
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San Francisco’s Department of Elections is planning to embark on marketing blitz starting this summer to get word out about changes to city’s voting system.
Sen. Ron Wyden on Thursday attacked the small but powerful group of companies that controls the production of most voting equipment used in the U.S.
Cyber security and election experts say a key federal body that oversees elections is downplaying hidden dangers in voting systems.
The Pentagon research agency that played a key role in inventing GPS and the Internet has a plan to make voting machines far more secure against hackers.
Fragile electronic voting systems and social media weaponization continue to menace U.S. election systems as presidential candidates ramp up 2020 campaigns.
DARPA is working with firm Galois to develop open source voting machine technology that would let people verify that their votes were tallied correctly.
Top U.S. House intel lawmaker, Adam Schiff said on Tuesday that 2020 elections are “enormously vulnerable” to hacking and foreign influence.
Georgia voting machine debate pits election officials staunchly opposed by computing experts who see an imminent threat to election security.
An old technology is new again, as paper ballots are making a big comeback thanks to fears about Russia — and others — hacking U.S. elections.