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Help us make sure millions of voters are VoteReady before the 2020 election! Please Donate Now to Support Launching VoteReady! Here’s how it works: Sign up It only takes a few minutes to enroll. We scan We monitor changes to your voting record. We alert We alert you of any changes by text or email …
Georgia is still a fascinating laboratory for concerning US election administration practices. To recent stories about conflicts of interest, voter suppression, cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and aged voting technology, we add: questionable recommendations for new voting tech.
Wow, what a year, right? Tonight on the eve of 2019, we post our Annual Review. We hope you agree that the key accomplishments and developments this year demonstrate the impactful importance of our work to defend democracy. Most of all, we thank you for your continued support!
Baseless claims of fraud after the US midterm elections are doing incalculable harm to our democracy. There’s reason to be concerned about whether votes are properly counted. But infrastructure problems that demand our national attention should not be confused with willful rigging of elections.
Florida recounts are excluding millions of voters. At this writing, there are two recounts underway in Florida: not the Senator and Governor contest recounts, but two different recount processes for both; two different types of counties; and two different types of voters.
Help monitor the US midterm elections, and keep polling locations accountable to the voters. The PollWatch browser app helps you to report problems at your polling location. All the reports will appear on a national map and, if verified, will appear on NBC News.
Veteran Election Technology Industry Executive Edward Perez Joins OSET Institute to Drive Open Technology Standards
Edward Perez joins the OSET Institute’s leadership team as Global Director of Technology. Edward will direct technology research and development, while serving as an evangelist for open standards and security innovation worldwide.
This Tuesday, October 30, Nick Roman, KPCC’s host of All Things Considered, interviewed OSET’s Chair & COO, Greg Miller, to discuss the use of the open source VSAP 1.0 system that will be used to tally mail-in ballots for this November’s midterm election in LA County. The topics range from election security and transparency, open …