TrustTheVote: Open Source Digital Voting

May 30, 2009 Melissa Dyrdahl

This talk will present the TrustTheVote project and the “I count!” movement. It will cover the technology roadmap, progress so far, and next steps, including expansion of development efforts and opportunities for involvement in design and construction of trustworthy voting technology that everyone will be able to see, touch, and try—technology that will be fully federally certified and have the endorsement of the States’ elections directors through a unique approach that can ensure widespread adoption. If you have ever wanted to know what you can do to make a difference in our electoral process, then this talk is for you.

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