Maricopa County, Ariz., to obtain all-new voting equipment after third-party ballot review
The county spent $6.5 million in 2019 on voting equipment, which will now be replaced over worries the state Senate's partisan ballot review compromised election security.
Oregon's electronic, accessible ballots may soon be available in other states
A company providing HTML ballots for blind and disabled voters in compliance with the Help America Vote Act is widening its reach.
New York lawmaker introduces bill to compel election cyber threat studies
As concerns about the security of the presidential election rise, a state senator is hoping to get New York evaluating its election systems for vulnerabilities.
Rhode Island to hold workshops showcasing new voting machines
Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea hopes to get prospective voters comfortable with the new technology before they head to the polls.
Survey: Online voting could boost turnout, despite security concerns
New research suggests that people are generally supportive of being able to vote online, though many are concerned about the security of these systems.
Civil rights groups decry states' management of voter registration databases
A coalition of organizations is trying to raise awareness about elections administration techniques that they believe are discriminatory.
Bill mandating electronic automatic voter registration system heads to Illinois governor
State Sen. Andy Manar's legislation could prompt the state to add millions of voters to its rolls.
Nebraska Legislature weighs future of state's election technology
A pair of bills up for consideration would help Nebraska election officials chart a way forward for the state's aging voting machines.
Virginia overhauls election results website to combat crashes
The state's Department of Elections is moving its Web offerings to the cloud to prevent the slowdowns and failures that plagued the 2014 election season.