First published on TrustTheVote Blog on March 14, 2020. Yesterday the President declared a national emergency in the face of the rampant spread of COVID-19. Voters now face a conundrum as we all shift behaviors and absorb disruptions to daily life in order to slow the spread of … Continue reading Responding to a National Health Emergency: Vote-At-Home
John penned an easy to digest series of blog posts on Election Security on the Trust the Vote site Plain Talk Series on Election Security #1: “Paper” vs. “Machine Voting” Debunked Plain Talk Series on Election Security #2: Costs of Ditching Paperless Voting Plain Talk … Continue reading Plain Talk about Election Security
First published on TrustTheVote Blog on November 14, 2018. 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 … Continue reading Florida: A Tale of Two Recounts, With Millions Excluded
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTsr460QTUc Description: OSET Institute, a Silicon Valley non-profit election technology research institute, shares a serious problem with America’s voting machinery that remains largely unnoticed by anyone outside of the elections professional community. For more information visit: https://trustthevote.org/LearnMore Transcript: Congratulations did your part for democracy 0:06 you … Continue reading Trust the Vote – Why?