Election technology
Electronic voting (also known as e-voting) is voting using electronic systems to aid casting and counting votes.Electronic voting technology can include punched cards, optical scan voting systems and ...
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E-democracy
E-democracy (a combination of the words electronic and democracy), or internet democracy, incorporates 21st-century information and communications technology to promote democracy. That means a form of...
Electronic voting
Electronic voting (also known as e-voting) is voting using electronic systems to aid casting and counting votes.Electronic voting technology can include punched cards, optical scan voting systems and ...
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Avi Rubin
Aviel David "Avi" Rubin (born November 8, 1967) is an expert in systems and networking security. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Professor of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins Unive...
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Ballot Browser
Ballot Browser is open source ballot counting software developed initially for the Humboldt County (California) Election Transparency Project. In November 2008, counting performed with Ballot Browser ...
Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment
Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment (SERVE) was an experiment by the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) to allow military personnel and overseas citizens covered by the Uniforme...
David A. Wagner
David A. Wagner (born 1974) is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley and a well-known researcher in cryptography and computer security. He is a member of the Electi...
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Election Markup Language
Election Markup Language (EML) is an XML-based standard to support end to end management of election processes.
The OASIS Election and Voter Services Technical Committee, which met for the first t...
University Voting Systems Competition
The University Voting Systems Competition, or VoComp is an annual competition in which teams of students design, implement, and demonstrate open-source election systems. The systems are presented to a...
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Open Source Digital Voting Foundation
The Open Source Digital Voting Foundation (OSDV) is a California-based, United States (pending) Public Benefit Corporation. It was founded in November 2006 and incorporated in April 2007 in an effort ...
Barbara Simons
Barbara Simons (born 1941) is a computer scientist and past president of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). She is founder and former Chair of USACM, the ACM U.S. Public Policy Committee. ...
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Optical scan voting system
An optical scan voting system is an electronic voting system and uses an optical scanner to read marked paper ballots and tally the results.
While mark sense technology dates back to the 1930s and...
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Smartmatic
Smartmatic (also referred as Smartmatic Corp. or Smartmatic International) is a multinational company originally incorporated in April 11, 2000 in the State of Delaware, USA that specializes in the de...
Open Forum (Australia)
Open Forum is an Australian E-democracy site.
The site was launched after a 2007 survey suggesting it would be an official government-run service. (Correction - Open Forum was always intended as ...
Hart InterCivic
Hart InterCivic Inc. is a privately held United States company that provides elections, and print solutions to jurisdictions nationwide. While headquartered in Austin, Texas, Hart products are used by...
Prêt à Voter
Prêt à Voter is an E2E voting system devised by Peter Ryan of the University of Luxembourg. It aims to provide guarantees of accuracy of the count and ballot privacy that are independent of software, ...
Farnel
Farnel—this word means basket in Portuguese—is a paper based voting protocol conceived by Ricardo Felipe Custódio in 2001. His master student Augusto Jun Devegili was responsible for the name and for ...
Independent verification systems
Independent verification (IV) systems or Independent Dual Verification (IDV) are voting machines that produce at least two independent auditable records of votes where the second record is used to che...
Voting machine
Voting machines are the total combination of mechanical, electromechanical, or electronic equipment (including software, firmware, and documentation required to program control, and support equipment)...
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Open Voting Consortium
The Open Voting Consortium, or OVC, is a non-profit advocacy group dedicated to the development, maintenance, and delivery of trustable and open voting systems for use in public elections.OVC was foun...
Netroots
Netroots is a term coined in 2002 by Jerome Armstrong to describe political activism organized through blogs and other online media, including wikis and social network services. The word is a portman...
Shoup Voting Machine Corporation
The Shoup Voting Machine Corporation was an American manufacturer of voting machines founded in 1905 by Samuel R. Shoup.
Safemaker Jacob H. Meyers created the Automatic Voting Machine in 1888 and ...
DRE voting machine
A direct-recording electronic (DRE) voting machine records votes by means of a ballot display provided with mechanical or electro-optical components that can be activated by the voter (typically butto...
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Online consultation
Online consultations or e-consultations refer to an exchange between government and citizens using the Internet. They are one form of online deliberation. Further, online consultation consists in usi...
Electronic pollbook
An electronic pollbook, also known as an e-poll book, is typically either hardware, software or a combination of the two that allows elections officials to review and/or process voter information duri...