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Electronic pollbooks are an overlooked vulnerability in election systems. The way to recover from electronic pollbook malfunctions is to have paper backups ready.
More than 80 percent of the state’s voters use electronic machines that do not leave an auditable paper trail
A federal judge declined to make Georgia abandon its insecure paperless voting machines for this election. But the ruling laid the groundwork for forcing Georgia and other states to ditch the machines in the future.
The supposedly progressive state is disenfranchising its citizens
Congress dithers as evidence of the insecurity of the nation’s election infrastructure mounts
Here’s what’s happened on the voting front since we published our comprehensive summary in June
Risk-limiting audits are an efficient way to protect against tampering with the vote
Intelligence officials are issuing the same warnings about our election infrastructure as they did before 9/11. The nation must respond.
With the midterms looming, America’s election systems remain vulnerable to cyberattacks
From replacing paperless voting machines to updating election databases, here are the crucial changes states need to make to their election systems.