Authors: Peter Neffenger and Paul DeGregorio Citizens demand to know that the votes they cast are the votes that are counted. But our election systems are under unprecedented threats and our collective faith in the system has been faltering.
With the primary season just around the corner, America’s attention is increasingly focused on the upcoming 2020 election.
In a previous post, some reasons for a growing deployment of election technology services in Latin America were mentioned.
The Students Union election at the Federal University of Technology in Akure, Nigeria, took a new dimension this year with the adoption of an e-voting system.
On June 5, the Pakistani Election Committee (CEP) announced its intention to adopt electronic voting technology for the 2018 general elections. Although the Sindh government originally planned to introduce the technology this November, it was not possible to get everything
The National Election Committee (CNE) of Mozambique presented an electronic voting machine that could be used for future elections. However, it is not expected to be used in the general elections slated for October 15. The CNE made it clear