A greater number of US states are using online platforms to simplify the voter registration process, facing the upcoming presidential elections in November.
The government of Indonesia is pondering the idea of implementing electronic voting platforms for the presidential and legislative elections of 2019.
VoteLocal, is a tool developed to offer young people in New Zealand information on the candidates they can vote for during the upcoming elections, hoping that this will encourage them to vote.
Romanian authorities announced that an e-voting platform will be implemented for the December parliamentary elections. This platform should make it easier for Romanians residing abroad to exercise their democratic right.
There is a debate surrounding the voting of military personnel abroad during the upcoming US presidential elections. Currently, members of the military receive their ballots in several ways. In some instances, these can be downloaded and in others they are sent via mail or fax to the army bases in foreign territories.
“The future of democracy is digital. Not only because technology can improve crucial processes in elections, but also because it has the potential of going even further and making the rapport between citizens and governments more dynamic”.
Mexicans residing in the country’s Federal District had the chance to choose, via e-voting, the future of the 2017 participative budget.