An optical scanner to be used for the presidential election this year is prone to recording the wrong vote or none at all, according to a government report. But the manufacturer says problems are fixed.
An electronic voting machine was briefly taken offline today when it mistook a vote for Barack Obama as one for Mitt Romney. Republicans say they have reports of the opposite happening too.
The company will donate $100,000 to the No on Prop 8 campaign, which opposes a California ballot initiative that would bar same-sex couples from marrying.
Voters who applied for an e-mail or fax ballot will have until Friday evening to file their ballot with county clerks.
Secretary of State tells attendees at Usenix security conference that optical scanning of paper ballots combined with hand tallies is more accurate and secure than an e-voting system that uses paper trails.
The tablet is being used by a Washington-based company named Democracy Live that delivers electronic ballots to certain states.
The agency says in a statement that a report in an Italian magazine that it "has targeted" the Vatican is false.
With the November presidential election just months away, the debate over whether voting on the Internet can be safe from cyberattacks is heating up.
The state's hand recount starting Wednesday may show that thousands of ballots were mistakenly rejected by optical scanning machines.
A handful of iPads are being used in Oregon to help citizens vote for their favorite candidates.