Reform Initiative: Verified Voting- Strengthening Democracy for All Voters

Ballot Access, Election Reform, Initiative, Voter Registration, Voting Process

Verified Voting- Strengthening Democracy for All Voters

//In the ever-shifting world of election security, where new threats or challenges can emerge at any time, we are working to guide elections toward greater accuracy, security, and verifiability.

We work with stakeholders to identify and promote ways to make elections more secure, and ways to mitigate the risk of problems when they occur. Election officials alone cannot meet the requirements of today’s intense security threat environment. They need federal and state resources and other stakeholders to secure resilient technology, systems and frameworks. Our role is to ensure technology and security experts are at the table to help with sound policy decisions and implementation, to provide reliable information about election technology, and to advocate for the integral role of the responsible use of technology in elections as part of an effective democracy.

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Reform Sponsor: Verified Voting

Election Reform, Organization

Verified Voting

Verified Voting’s mission is to strengthen democracy for all voters by promoting the responsible use of technology in elections.

We are a non-partisan organization focused exclusively on the critical role technology plays in election administration. Our staff, Board, and Board of Advisors consist of nationally-recognized subject matter experts on the issue of election integrity and the responsible use of technology. Since our founding in 2004 by computer scientists, we have acted on the belief that the integrity and strength of our democracy rely on citizens’ trust that each vote is counted as cast.

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Article: Mismatched signatures prompt tossed absentee ballots and legal fights ahead of November election

Election 2020, Election Fraud

Mismatched signatures prompt tossed absentee ballots and legal fights ahead of November election

Remember hanging chads, Florida’s 2000 election nightmare?

The 2020 equivalent could wind up being mismatched signatures.
With voting already underway in two states, Democrats and Republicans are drawing battle lines across the country over voter signatures for mail-in ballots, with lawsuits over how signatures are evaluated and whether voters can fix ballots that get tossed.