Submission to NIST-2021-0003 Request for Information Regarding Promoting Access to Voting

Download PDF   July 16, 2021 National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 100 Bureau Drive Gaithersburg, MD 20899 Via electronic submission   RE: NIST-2021-0003 Request for Information Regarding Promoting Access to Voting   On behalf of Verified Voting, I submit these comments in response to NIST-2021-0003 request for information regarding promoting access to voting.…

Opposition to Rhode Island Senate Bill 738

Download PDF May 12, 2021 Senate Judiciary Committee State of Rhode Island 82 Smith Street Providence, RI 02903 via electronic submission RE: Verified Voting Opposition to Senate Bill 738 Dear Committee Members, On behalf of Verified Voting, I write in opposition to Senate Bill 738 regarding electronic ballot return. Verified Voting is a nonpartisan nonprofit…

Urging the Veto of Colorado Senate Bill 21-188

Download PDF May 10, 2021 The Honorable Jared Polis Governor, State of Colorado 200 E Colfax Avenue Denver, CO 80203 Via email RE: Verified Voting Urges Veto of Senate Bill 21-188 Dear Governor Polis, On behalf of Verified Voting, I write urging a veto of Senate Bill 21-188 regarding electronic ballot return. Verified Voting is…

Opposition to Colorado Senate Bill 21-188

Download PDF April 26, 2021 State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Committee Colorado House of Representatives 200 E Colfax Avenue Denver, CO 80203 via electronic submission RE: Verified Voting Opposition to Senate Bill 21-188 Dear Committee Members, On behalf of Verified Voting, I write in opposition to Senate Bill 21-188 regarding electronic ballot return. Verified…

Opposition to Maine Legislative Document 1375

Download PDF April 23, 2021 Committee on Veterans and Legal Affairs Maine Legislature c/o Legislative Information Office 100 State House Station Augusta, ME 04333 Via electronic portal RE: Verified Voting Opposition to LD 1375 (HP 1009) Dear Committee Members, On behalf of Verified Voting, I write in opposition to LD 1375 regarding electronic ballot return.…

Election Security Experts Call Proposed Internet Voting Bill in Colo. Unsafe; Mobile Voting Could Undermine Trust in Elections

The following is a statement from Mark Lindeman, acting co-director of Verified Voting, regarding the introduction of Colorado: SB21-188 — a bill that would allow Colorado voters with disabilities to return a ballot electronically. For additional press inquiries, please contact aurora@newheightscommunications.com PHILADELPHIA, PA (April 5, 2021) — “Votes that can’t be verified are not a…

Opposition to Colorado Senate Bill 21-188

Download PDF April 2, 2021 State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee Colorado Senate 200 E Colfax Avenue Denver, CO 80203 via electronic submission RE: Verified Voting Opposition to Senate Bill 21-188 Dear Committee Members, On behalf of Verified Voting, I write in opposition to Senate Bill 21-188 regarding ballot return via the internet. Verified Voting…

Opposition to Section 27 of CT Senate Bill 5

Download PDF here March 25, 2021 Connecticut Government Administration and Elections Committee Legislative Office Building, Room 2200 Hartford, CT 06106 RE: Verified Voting Opposition to Section 27 of Senate Bill 5 Dear Committee Members, On behalf of Verified Voting, I write in opposition to Section 27 of Senate Bill 5 regarding ballot return via the…

Election Security Experts Say Limiting Options for Voting and Expanding Internet Voting is Not Election Security

The following is a statement from Verified Voting. For additional press inquiries, please contact aurora@newheightscommunications.com PHILADELPHIA, PA (February 24, 2021) — Mark Lindeman, co-director of Verified Voting, released the following statement today in regard to the recent wave of legislation being introduced to limit options for secure voting: “Recently introduced legislation in states across the…

A Guide: What to Ask When New Election Technology is Introduced

When state or local election officials introduce new or upgraded election technology (including voting machines, electronic poll books, and mobile apps), you may have questions as a constituent. You may have concerns about the cost of technology, the accessibility of the technology, the transparency of the technology, the technology procurement process, or the security of…