End-to-End Verifiable E-Voting Trial for Polling Station Voting

  title={End-to-End Verifiable E-Voting Trial for Polling Station Voting},
  author={Feng Hao and S. Wang and Samiran Bag and R. Procter and S. Shahandashti and M. Mehrnezhad and Ehsan Toreini and Roberto Metere and Lana Liu},
  journal={IEEE Security & Privacy},
  • Feng Hao, S. Wang, +6 authors Lana Liu
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE Security & Privacy
  • On 2 May 2019, during United Kingdom local elections, an e-voting trial was conducted in Gateshead, using a touchscreen, end-to-end verifiable system. This was the first test of its kind in the United Kingdom, and it presented a case study to envisage the future of e-voting. 
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