As Republican leadership in Georgia and Florida move to change their voting laws, activists are fighting back through the court system.
275 results found for ""voting machines""
With a horde of Democratic presidential candidates running, ranked choice voting could change the tone of campaigning, and provide a fairer distribution of delegates.
Georgia Republicans are introducing a slew of voting laws that could suppress voter access.
Could Vladimir Putin’s hackers pick the next US president? We looked into the possibility a year ago and here is what we found.
When people think of election theft, many assume that means individuals taking measures up to and including the moment that votes are cast. However, experts agree that thanks to the increasing reliance on electronic voting and vote-counting, the very infrastructure itself is also vulnerable — to attacks from the outside. This could include foreign powers pursuing their own agenda.
Texas officials blasted ES&S’s software installation and authentication methods but decided to certify its voting system anyway.
While many states are taking voting machine vulnerabilities more seriously, others seem to ignore cybersecurity concerns as a rift emerges among election security advocates.
There are some election security issues on which the views of legitimate experts and Trump-fueled conspiracy theorists align. Let’s harness this energy to get rid of voting machines.
The director of a cybersecurity center reveals surprising information about voting — like how early voting can actually increase the risk of foul play, and how distrust of the current system may be as damaging as actual hacking.
Using a little-known law, Georgia voters, activists, and even candidates teamed up to demand that Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) re-examine the state’s voting systems.
A few sensible actions would not only protect Americans from being exposed to the coronavirus when voting, they would also make US democracy fairer and better.
While the media focuses on Russian interference, there are bigger threats to our upcoming midterm elections.