Challenges of Electronic Voting-A Survey

  title={Challenges of Electronic Voting-A Survey},
  author={Abdelwahab K. Alsammak and A. A. Abdelrahman and Tarek Elshishtawy and AbouBakr Elewa},
Electronic Voting (e-Voting) is the most important application in e-Government and e-Democracy. Thanks to the rapid growth in the use of computers and advances in cryptography, it is a serious push for e-Voting because many people already have access to the Internet. e-Voting can be the fastest, cheapest, and most effective way to administer the election, count the votes, and report the results. The main purpose of this paper is to highlight the major challenges facing e-Voting systems… CONTINUE READING

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