Selene: Voting with Transparent Verifiability and Coercion-Mitigation

@inproceedings{Ryan2016SeleneVW,
  title={Selene: Voting with Transparent Verifiability and Coercion-Mitigation},
  author={Peter Y. A. Ryan and Peter B. R\onne and Vincenzo Iovino},
  booktitle={Financial Cryptography Workshops},
  year={2016}
}
End-to-end verifiable voting schemes typically involves voters handling an encrypted ballot in order to confirm that their vote is accurately included in the tally. While this may be technically valid, from a public acceptance standpoint is may be problematic: many voters may not really understand the purpose of the encrypted ballot and the various checks that they can perform. In this paper we take a different approach and revisit an old idea: to provide each voter with a private tracking… CONTINUE READING