Tags: voting

More on EAC testing and TTBR

system
On October 13, Aaron Burstein and I sent a letter to the EAC's Director of Voting System Testing and Certification, Brian Hancock, signed by many of the California Top-To-Bottom Review (TTBR) investigators ([*"CA TTBR Investigators Send Letter to the EA… more »

EVT/WOTE 2009 Program Available

elections, hacks, news, friends, research, legal
*(I'm traveling this week in California for meetings and the [Privacy Law Scholar's Conference](http://docs.law.gwu.edu/facweb/dsolove/PLSC/), so [Mike] and [Eric] beat me to this announcement...)* [Mike]: http://electionupdates.caltech.edu/?p=2684… more »

Voted, sort of

elections, photos
I voted today in the Jersey City Municipal Election. I decided, as you can see, to wear my [EKR]-designed California Top-To-Bottom Review T-shirt. That may not have been the wisest decision; it made me a bit nervous. One pollworker remarked, "Love… more »

Sunlight on NASED ITA Reports

elections, certification/testing, reform, vendors, standards, news, problems, research, policy, legal
(Cross-posted at Freedom to Tinker.) Short version: we now have [gobs of voting system ITA reports][0], publicly available and hosted by the NSF [ACCURATE e-voting center]. Long version: Before the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) took over t… more »
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