"In this report, we examine the future of voting and the possibility of conducting secure elections online. Specifically, we explore whether End-to-End Verifiable Internet Voting (E2E-VIV) systems are a viable and responsible alternative to traditional election systems." - U.S. Vote Foundation
"This volume contains papers presented at E-Vote-ID 2021, the Sixth International Joint Conference on Electronic Voting, held during October 5-8, 2021."
"This paper sets forth a roadmap of objectives, and actions for each, in terms of technology, policy, and advocacy. Taken together, the roadmap’s guidance comprises an undertaking of considerable effort and importance, but taken individually, each action is firmly rooted in current facts on the ground, and tractable steps forward."
"Voter turnout is often low and unequal, but the opportunity to vote on a mobile device could drastically lower the cost of democratic participation. In 2018, West Virginia became the first U.S. state to utilize mobile voting in a federal election, allowing it for overseas voters from 24 of its counties."