New York Times Upfront: Is Voting by Smartphone a Good Idea?
The New York Times’ Upfront Magazine covered mobile voting in their May 11th issue. Take a look and subscribe to Upfront here.
New Jersey Announces Accessible Voting is Coming to May Elections
For the first time ever New Jersey is offering a secure mobile voting option for voters with disabilities in direct response to COVID-19 voting concerns Tusk Philanthropies (TP) announced today New Jersey is implementing a mobile voting option for voters with disabilities in their May elections. New Jersey becomes the first state to offer a […]
Accessible Voting Options Coming to Delaware Primary Elections
Amid in-person voting concerns, Delaware expands voting options and announces secure online solution for voters with disabilities and members of the military Tusk Philanthropies (TP) announced today that Delaware will offer a secure, fully accessible balloting portal for its June primary election. All registered voters who have a qualifying physical disability or are active-duty military […]
West Virginia Expands Online Voting Option in Upcoming Primary Election for Citizens with Disabilities
Amid pandemic concerns surrounding voting in-person, West Virginia announces secure online solution for voters with disabilities and members of the military in an effort to expand additional voting options Tusk Philanthropies (TP) announced today West Virginia is implementing online voting for a second time in their primary elections in June. West Virginia was the first […]
American Council of the Blind Pens Letter To Congress Urging Online Voting Option in Federal Elections
The American Council of the Blind (ACB) has written a letter to urge Congress to remedy the current disenfranchisement of voters with disabilities. The ACB is urging Congressional leaders to require an accessible, secure online option by which people with disabilities may privately and independently mark, cast, and verify their ballots in any future COVID-19 […]
Mobile Voting and the Coronavirus Pandemic
In-person voting is no longer safe. To avoid community spread, the CDC has recommended people avoid large gatherings. Allowing widespread in-person voting puts voters, poll workers, and election officials at risk, and a number of states – Indiana, Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, and Ohio – have already postponed their primaries because of concerns over […]