At the moment election officials and commissions around the world are scrambling to find workable solutions for safe voting in the near term. Elections have been delayed worldwide and, in the US, primaries have been postponed while states look for
Early Takeaways from Los Angeles
The largest election jurisdiction in the United States, Los Angeles County, adopted the 2016 California Voter’s Choice Act and brought it to life with secure, 21st Century voting technology, including 22,000 ballot marking devices (BMDs), project management, implementation services, and
A majority of VSAP voters do check their choices, new report reveals
A new report by Michael D. Byrne from Rice University, revealed that the new voting system set to debut in Los Angeles County for the California primaries facilitates voter verifiability.
What happens after you mark your ballot on Election Day?
The exact steps that your ballot follows once you mark your choices will vary considerably depending on the technology used to vote, the legal framework of the jurisdiction, and many other important factors.
Problems with Paper Ballots Contribute to 2019 US Election Anxiety
November 5 was essentially the end of the 2019 election season in the US, an off-year vote that, nonetheless, saw some very notable races.
The Many Dimensions of Election Integrity
Voting, and more broadly elections, are not unlike the weather in that everybody talks about it but not much is actually done about it.