Category: reform

Correction to Prof. Tokaji's post "Provisional Voting in Illinois"

elections, reform, standards, news, politics, problems, research
In a recent post at the new site for his EqualVote blog, Dan Tokaji said: Provisional Voting in Illinois Wide disparities in the percentage of provisional ballots counted occurred in Illinois, according to this Chicago Tribune report. As an examp… more »

Feeling Accepted...

elections, reform, standards, SIMS, research
The OVC architecture paper, "A PC-Based Open-Source Voting Machine with an Accessible Voter-Verifiable Paper Ballot" (PDF), has been accepted to the FREENIX track of USENIX 2005. (a collaboration with members of the Open Voting Consortium (OVC)) I've… more »

DU Bans Bev Harris... My Thoughts

elections, reform, news, wtf?, chilling effects, politics
(Note: Comments here do not express the opinion and/or position of my school, employer or collaborators... only my own.) It looks like Bev is no longer allowed to post to Democratic Underground: Wired News: Site Bars Black Box Voting Head By Jo… 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 »

Alabama Recount Finds Changes in Vote Tallies

elections, reform, vendors, news, problems
(cross-posted to evoting-experts, "Changes Found in Alabama Recount") Changes found in segregation amendment recount The statewide recount on a measure to remove segregation-era language from Alabama's constitution is turning up variations from… more »
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