The “Big lie” posses a threat to US democracy. However, there are also several initiatives to improve voter access. One such initiative by an American philanthropist to improve internet voting. This article by Miles Parks is published by NPR. Here is an excerpt:
By 2028, Bradley Tusk wants every American to be able to vote on their phones.
It’s a lofty goal, and one that most cybersecurity experts scoff at. But it’s a quest that the venture capitalist and former political insider continues to chip away at.
His nonprofit, Tusk Philanthropies, announced a $10 million grant program Thursday to fund the development of a new internet-based voting system that he says will aim to win over security skeptics, who have long been wary of votes being cast via digital networks rather than through the paper ballots or ATM-type machines that most Americans currently use.
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