Every Vote Counts: Ensuring Integrity in Large-Scale Electronic Voting

  title={Every Vote Counts: Ensuring Integrity in Large-Scale Electronic Voting},
  author={Feng Hao and Matthew Nicolas Kreeger and Brian Randell and Dylan Clarke and Siamak Fayyaz Shahandashti and Peter Hyun-Jeen Lee},
This paper presents a new End-to-End (E2E) verifiable e-voting protocol for large-scale elections, called Direct Recording Electronic with Integrity (DRE-i). In contrast to all other E2E verifiable voting schemes, ours does not involve any Tallying Authorities (TAs). The design of DRE-i is based on the hypothesis that existing E2E voting protocols’ universal dependence on TAs is a key obstacle to their practical deployment. In DRE-i, the need for TAs is removed by applying novel encryption… CONTINUE READING
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