In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, jurisdictions and electoral bodies are scrambling to find evidence to guide their preparations for the next election. In the US, the focus is on the upcoming presidential election in November, but there are still
More than 14 million citizens with disabilities reported voting in the November 2018 US elections. But if people with disabilities voted at the same rate as non-disabled voters, there would have been an estimated 2.3 million more voters participating. What
A new survey by data services company Dynata shows that most American voters are very concerned that the Coronavirus pandemic may prevent citizens from voting in the upcoming presidential elections and states and jurisdictions must take action.
This pandemic has affected the daily life of citizens worldwide. We are months into the situation, which is as good a time as any to ask ourselves, “how much longer is this situation going to last, and what comes next?”
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
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