Category Archives: Electronic Voting

Open Source Software Could Help Prevent Voting Machine Hacks

Open Source Software Could Help Prevent Voting Machine Hacks

America’s voting machines are getting old. Many of them are using decade-old technology to tally votes, and replacement parts are becoming hard to come by. But aging voting machines don’t just cause headaches for election officials; they can constitute a security risk as well. Recently, cybersecurity experts have urged state and city governments to invest… Continue Reading

Paper Backups Could Improve Election Security

Paper Backups Could Improve Election Security

Election security is a topic that’s made a lot of headlines in recent years. With many states using voting machines that are more than a decade old, security experts have raised concerns that these aging machines could be vulnerable to hacking and tampering in future state and federal elections. That’s why many states are taking… Continue Reading

Make Your Private Balloting More Accessible

There are few rights that we have that are more important than our right to vote. Every year, millions of Americans show up at polling places for more than just electing politicians; they also vote on their preference for the next ranking individual within their labor unions, credit unions, school boards, community clubs and more.… Continue Reading

What Is Involved In The Electronic Voting Process

What Is Involved In The Electronic Voting Process

Advancements in technology have certainly made life much easier and our time spent on daily tasks more efficient. With the click of a button, the Internet is at our fingertips for searching, shopping, banking, planning, and voting. Electronic voting systems are becoming a trend for its simplicity, easy application, and convenience. Electronic voting machines are… Continue Reading