“Utah Republicans are holding a first-ever online presidential primary. And it’s not going so well.”

WaPo: Unfortunately, Utah’s digital election night doesn’t seem to be going as smoothly as Utah Republicans had hoped. While Utah Republicans headed to their caucus in person on Tuesday evening, anyone who had registered online by March 17 can log on … Continue reading

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“Consensus Reached on Recommendations Toward the Future of Internet Voting”

Press release: Today’s release of The Future of Voting: End-to-End Verifiable Internet Voting Specification and Feasibility Assessment Study by U.S. Vote Foundation establishes a new reference for the security, usability and transparency requirements essential to the U.S. in any consideration of … Continue reading

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“Overseas Vote Foundation to Launch Remote Voting Technology Research Project”

Press release: Overseas Vote Foundation (OVF), a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to overseas, military, and domestic absentee voter participation has received a grant from the Democracy Fund in support of a research-based approach to the unanswered question of whether remote … Continue reading

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“University of South Carolina professor hacks Courier-Journal online poll to ‘get the discussion going'”

Courier-Journal: An unscientific online poll conducted on The Courier-Journal’s website was hacked Thursday by two University of South Carolina students and a professor. The poll, hosted by Polldaddy, asked website viewers, “Should overseas U.S. military personnel be allowed to vote … Continue reading

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