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Canadian Internet Voting

The anti-Internet voting activists are hard at work to preserve the status quo and scare politicians and Secretaries of State. They use papers and presentations to convince those who are responsible for elections in the American States and Canadian municipalities

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Internet voting on trial: Problem or Panacea for Democracy?

The 23rd Annual Genesys Partners Venture Dinner and Forum — Genesys XXIII– was held Tuesday night at the Union League Club in New York.  The event was attended by approximately 100 invited venture capitalists, investors, journalists, entrepreneurs, and industry executives.

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Voter ID and Voting Rights

In Election Attitude – How Internet Voting Leads to a Stronger Democracy, I wrote about voter registration. There have been multiple bills to make it easier to register to vote and multiple bills to make it harder. In this post,

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Internet Voting in Canada

Canadians can see the benefits of Internet voting in their municipal elections. There were 12 municipalities who used it in the 2003 elections. The number grew to 97 in 2014. It is expected to be 200 municipalities in 2018. The

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Internet Voting – Do We Need It?

Mindy Moretti is the editor at Electionline.org, the nation’s only nonpartisan, non-advocacy clearinghouse for election reform news and information. In her current weekly update, called “The Election That Was”, she takes a state-by-state look at the 2016 General Election. She

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