Category: accessibility

Care for your absentee ballot...

elections, accessibility, news, privacy, politics, berkeley, San Francisco, policy, education
Absentee voters should consider *not* sending their ballots back via postal mail. First, you'll save a stamp. Second, lots can happen -- spoiling, subversion, misplacement, etc. -- to your ballot between when you place it in the mail and when it a… more »

GAO e-voting report

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, news, open source, problems, research, policy, usability, legal
The GAO has finally released it's report on e-voting: Here's the first paragraph from the "What GAO found" section: > While electronic voting systems hold promise for improving the election process, numerous entities have raised concerns about t… more »

ACCURATE's comments to the EAC on 2005 VVSG

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, SIMS, berkeley, problems, research, policy, usability, legal
Here is the 50-page document that has been ruling my life (and the lives of a few others) for the past month: This is [ACCURATE][1]'s comments on the [2005 VVSG][2] to the [EAC][3]. Enjoy. I'll return to this later today or tomorrow to explain a… more »

Atty letter (on behalf of no one) claims AutoMARK is not accessible...

elections, certification/testing, accessibility, vendors, news, wtf?, politics, litigation, usability, legal
John McDermott, the attorney that represented the AAPD in their unsuccessful attempt to nullify, California's former Secretary of State, Kevin Shelley's decertification order for some DREs last year, is apparently sending threatening letters to Californ… more »


elections, accessibility, SIMS, berkeley, research, policy, usability
It's really been tough not being able to talk about this, but it has now hit the press. The NSF has funded our center-level CyberTrust proposal titled, "A Center for Correct, Usable, Reliable, Accurate and Transparent Elections" (ACCURATE) to the tune… more »
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