Utah to test out smartphone ballots with absentee voters
NBCnews, July 26, 2019
Computer Scientists Make the Case Against an Expensive New Voting System
The Atlantic, July 13, 2019
Nearly 3,000 Votes Disappeared From Florida’s Recount. That’s Not Supposed to Happen
New York Times – Quoted November 16, 2018 by Frances Robles
Quote picked up in other publications:
– BreitBart: Broward’s Brenda Snipes Searches Her Office for Over 2,000 ‘Missing’ Ballots
– Yahoo! News: Almost 3,000 Votes Are Missing in the Florida Recount
– Rollingstone: Almost 3,000 Votes Are Missing in the Florida Recount
Florida: A Tale of Two Recounts, with Millions Excluded
November 14, 2018
This fall you may be voting with obsolete voting machines and ancient software
In this fall’s midterms, your local election officials may be using obsolete voting machines and software “held together with spare parts,” say experts.
September 7, 2018
Kids as young as 7 hack into election systems at DEFCON event
August 16, 2018
Can Hackers Really Do that Much Damage to the Election?
October 7, 2016
Many thanks to coverage by Bloomberg’s Michaela Ross, on election tech and cyber-security. This is my reply – Old School, New Tech: What’s Really Behind Today’s Elections
NBC Bay Area Investigation Report: John Sebes interviewed (video)
Voting Vulnerability: Could Open Source Computer Code Thwart Threat from Hackers?