Congressman reminds everyone about potential to do legislative work remotely


Rep. Eric Swalwell is reintroducing a bill that would "mandate the development of a secure remote voting system" for use in the House, but only on noncontroversial legislation.

The House got a brand new electronic voting system this summer


The overhaul of internal hardware was done with an eye to making the machines easier to maintain.

Proposed cybersecurity bills would ‘prohibit’ internet-connected voting systems


A pair of comprehensive, complimentary election infrastructure reform bills, which will be first introduced in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, seeks to take all voting machines offline, offer funding for election cybersecurity research and to broadly mandate the use of hard paper ballots across the U.S. by 2018, FedScoop has learned.

Exposed U.S. voter database poses ‘extreme’ danger, researcher says


The database contained personal data on more than 150 million people — including voters’ addresses, full names and political stances.

Disrupt the Vote: Could tech create a new voting experience?


Experts came together this week to discuss how to move voting technology into modern times during a symposium held by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.