Securing the Vote

  title={Securing the Vote},
  author={Law and Telecommunications Board},
23 Citations
A Review of Cryptographic Electronic Voting
This paper provides a comprehensive review of various types of e-voting approaches in terms of their security properties, underlying tools, distinctive features, and weaknesses.
Electronic Voting and Democracy
What are the salient properties that electronic voting systems must satisfy in order to meet democratic principles? Are such requirements viable or are they of only theoretical interest? How would
Informing a Statewide Investment: The NYS Voter Registration Data Pattern Detection Prototype Project
A prototype project conducted with the New York State Board of Elections to investigate and make recommendations on pattern detection analytical models for the purposes of informing their future investment of a statewide detection and visualization system for voter registration data yielded valuable insights.
The Democracy to Come? An Enquiry Into the Vision of Blockchain-Powered E-Voting Start-Ups
  • M. Imperial
  • Political Science
    Frontiers in Blockchain
  • 2021
It is argued that this conception of democracy disempowers voters from any form of decision-making regarding how democracy is run beyond their expression in the form of a vote decided by these established powers.
Security Analysis of the Democracy Live Online Voting System
It is concluded that using OmniBallot for electronic ballot return represents a severe risk to election security and could allow attackers to alter election results without detection.
Going from bad to worse: from Internet voting to blockchain voting
Prior research on the security risks of online and electronic voting is analyzed and systematized, showing that not only do these risks persist in blockchain-based voting systems, but blockchains may introduce 'additional' problems for voting systems.
Election Security Is Harder Than You Think
This document summarizes current capabilities, research and operational priorities, and plans for further studies that were established at the 2015 USGS workshop on quantitative hazard assessments of earthquake-triggered landsliding and liquefaction in the Czech Republic.
Securing Election Infrastructure with Hand-Marked Paper Ballots
This paper presents a meta-modelling system that automates the very labor-intensive and therefore time-heavy and therefore expensive and expensive process of manually cataloging and cataloging individual neurons in the brain.


Careerism, Committee Assignments, and the Electoral Connection
Most scholars agree that members of Congress are strongly motivated by their desire for reelection. This assumption implies that members of Congress adopt institutions, rules, and norms of behavior
Official 2016 Presidential General Election Results
    County of Los Angeles County (CA) Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, presentation to the committee
      The Business of Voting: Market Structure and Innovation in the Election Technology Industry
        LA County has since indicated that the system will run on an opensource platform as opposed to open-source software
          Russian Targeting of Election Infrastructure During the 2016 Election: Summary of Initial Findings and Recommendations
            Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy
            • Can Public Diplomacy Survive the Internet? Bots, Echochambers, and Disinformation
            President Trump received nearly 2.9 million fewer popular votes than his principal opponent, Hillary R. Clinton. Trump received 62,984,825 votes
              Ambassador to the United Nations and former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Condoleezza Rice. The panel was part of a forum titled
              • the World" focused on freedom, free markets, and security and hosted by the George W. Bush Institute in New York City on October 19
              • 2017