Category: accessibility

The Automark is accessible... no matter what Jim Dixon says

elections, accessibility, vendors, news, usability
Jim Dixon wrote [a letter] on 5 February 2005 to Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell claiming that the [Automark ballot marking device] "is not accessible for those disabled Buckeyes who cannot handle paper." In a recent post, [Prof. Dan Tokaji opine… more »

My comments to the CA SoS's request on AVVPAT regulations...

elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, standards, news, privacy, research, policy, usability, legal
Our SoS has [requested comments] from the public on legislation surrounding [requirements for AVVPAT][regs] in voting systems sold in California. Here is the text of what I submitted... **UPDATE [2005-06-24 16:12:49]:** The EFF and CVF have co-autho… more »

Cognitive Disabilities and Voting

elections, accessibility, reform, standards, research, policy, usability, legal
As a voting technology policy researcher, I know that we spend much of our time thinking about how to accomodate persons with physical disabilities, but we might also start thinking about cognitive disabilities. In that spirit, here's a fascinating art… more »

NRC: "A Framework for Understanding Electronic Voting"

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, news, open source, secrecy, privacy, politics, SIMS, problems, friends
The Committee for Electronic Voting - under the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (CSTB) of the National Academies' National Research Council (NRC) - recently issued a call for papers for input on what questions policy makers should be think… more »

Tribal Registration

elections, accessibility, politics, problems
Here's something to think about for a bit on this fine Sunday morning: In a tribal or nomadic nation, how do you register voters? I'll post my thoughts later. more »
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