Reading Time: 4 minutes Excerpt from “Is This Any Way to Vote?: Vulnerable Voting Machines and the Mysterious Industry Behind Them” by Celeste Katz Marston and Gabriella Novello.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Georgia’s new machines were meant to fix vulnerabilities found in those used in the 2016 and 2018 elections. But hackers have found the latest models just as easy to manipulate.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Election security advocates claim that hundreds of absentee ballots were misread, flagged for review, or simply thrown away due to uncertified ballot scanners.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Democratic turnout on June 9 was three times higher than in the 2016 primary, but activists worry that the computerized voting system can be hacked in November.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Many Peach State residents had to wait hours to vote on Tuesday, as what had been billed as a state-of-the-art voting system broke down, causing chaos in many precincts.
Reading Time: 12 minutes After thousands of votes mysteriously vanished from touchscreen voting machines in Shelby County, TN, a battle rages over how to replace the machines.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Scientists say the coronavirus could survive for days on voting machines, so election officials are seeking strategies to protect both public health and the right to vote.
Reading Time: 3 minutes After internet trolls exacerbated the Iowa caucus fiasco, election security advocates are turning their attention to states with vulnerable voting machines to see how prepared they are in case something goes wrong.
Reading Time: 5 minutes While many states are taking voting machine vulnerabilities more seriously, others seem to ignore cybersecurity concerns as a rift emerges among election security advocates.
Reading Time: 8 minutes While more states move toward hand-marked paper ballots, others will keep using outdated voting machines that are hackable and known to have serious security flaws.