Vote at home builds on the long-established absentee voting process. It facilitates extra layers of checks and balances to ensure the integrity of elections, including centralized risk-limiting audits and ballot tracking.
NVAHI Executive Director, Amber McReynolds, discusses how to “run free and fair elections” on NPR. Listen here.
Washington Post: How Colorado became the safest state in which to cast a vote. Read more.
CBS News: Senate Intel Committee says, “Paper ballots are more secure.” Read more.
UPI: Dozens of states tightening election security, but going back to paper. Read more.
NY Times: The Myth of the Hacker-proof Voting Machine Read more.