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Letter to Social Media Platforms Urging “Significant Actions to Combat Election Disinformation Ahead of Midterm Elections”

Verified Voting, along with more than 120 civil rights and democracy groups, signed onto a letter calling on the major social media companies to combat and curb election disinformation on the platforms ahead of this year’s midterm elections. Read the letter here: Download PDF Dear Mr. Zuckerberg, Mr. Pichai, Ms. Wojcicki, Mr. Agrawal, Mr. Chew,…

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Letter to Wisconsin Elections Commission on SS 029-22

Download PDF April 28, 2022 Wisconsin Elections Commission 201 West Washington Avenue, Second Floor Madison, WI 53703 Via email RE: Verified Voting Comments on SS 029-22 – Approval and Security of Electronic Voting Equipment and Ballot Security Dear Members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission: On behalf of Verified Voting, I submit these comments on SS…

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Letter to California Senate Committee opposing internet voting provisions in Senate Bill 1480

Below is a letter submitted by California Voter Foundation and Verified Voting. Download PDF April 15, 2022 Senate Committee on Elections and Constitutional Amendments State of California State Capitol, Room 410 Sacramento, CA 95814 Via email RE: Senate Bill 1480: Oppose Unless Amended Dear Chair Glazer and Committee Members: The California Voter Foundation (CVF) is…

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Verified Voting Applauds Virginia Risk-Limiting Audit Bill

The following is a statement from Verified Voting in support of Virginia’s new audit legislation. For additional media inquiries, please contact press@verifiedvoting.org. Download PDF PHILADELPHIA (April 12, 2022) — Virginia has continued to be a leader in election security by passing bipartisan legislation during its 2022 General Assembly Session that gives voters timelier assurance that…

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Election Officials Need a Helping Hand, Not Hand Count Legislation

Election officials already have enough to handle as the fight against disinformation continues. Now some states and local jurisdictions, spurred on by baseless conspiracy theories about the 2020 election, are considering legislation that would replace all machine tabulated election night results with hand-counting paper ballots – legislation that’s potentially nightmarish for election officials.    Any jurisdiction…