Category: reform

ACCURATE's Comments on the VVSG

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Aaron Burstein (UC Berkeley Law) and I just finished a large regulatory filing that will be of interest to any of you election technology geeks out there. Enjoy and be sure to let us know if you have feedback (there's another round of comments sometime… more »

Come to My PhD Thesis Talk!

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, copyright, news, open source, secrecy, privacy, berkeley, problems, litigation, friends, research, policy, usability, legal, iSchool
I?ll be giving my PhD thesis talk in 202 South Hall (UC Berkeley) on 5/14 (Wed) at 10am. Abstract below... ---- ### Public Policy Mechanisms for Increasing Transparency in Electronic Voting Joseph Lorenzo Hall, UC Berkeley School of Informa… more »

Iowa Decides on Paper...

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After Gov. Culver signs the legislation today, [Iowa will become the 30th state to require the use of paper records] with their voting systems ([8 more use paper records statewide] without a specific legislative requirement). Bravo! There's much m… more »

Photos and Video from Manual Tally Observations

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I've been involved in a lengthy project to create procedures that any California County can use to do their 1% Manual Tally (as prescribed by [CA Election Code 15360]). In the process, I've observed the selection and manual tally in a few California… more »

Will Some Ohio Polling Places Be Inadvertantly Shut Down on Election Day?

elections, reform, problems, research, policy, legal
Many of us are seriously worried about Ohio's March 4 primary. I highly recommend Ned Foley's article, [*"Administering the March 4 Primary in Ohio"*][1], which lists five things we should all keep our eyes on. In the 8th paragraph of Prof. Foley's ar… more »
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