While many Americans will choose to vote by mail during this pandemic, we all know that in-person voting is not going to go away. Even states like Oregon that are fully vote by mail offer in-person voting and ballot drop-off
The COVID-19 pandemic poses a major challenge to electoral organizations. The planning horizon for electoral activities will go from weeks to months. How, then, should election officials move from a strategy of postponement, which is a valid strategy in the
By Michael Diamond, co-founder The Infection Prevention Strategy (TIPS)
The pandemic has election officials scrambling to find safe solutions to ensure voter participation, and voters scrambling to ensure they can safely cast a ballot. We believe remote online voting is the real long-term solution to problems like this. Until
The US Election Assistance Commission (EAC) recently closed the period for public comment on its draft of requirements for the first major revision to the Voluntary Voting System Guidelines for election technology, also known as VVSG 2.0. They received 77
Millions of voters in America and countries around the world are quickly applying for vote-by-mail ballots (also called absentee voter ballots) to avoid having to go to polling stations during the coronavirus pandemic.