Election Security

Election Security

Combatting Erosion of Voter Confidence with Innovation of Election Administration

By Chad Houck – Executive Summary – The United States of America has enjoyed a largely peaceful history of transitions of power since the first presidential election in 1789.[1] This 230-year history is owed, in part, to the electorate’s acceptance …

Combatting Erosion of Voter Confidence with Innovation of Election Administration

Subversive Influence: Vulnerabilities to the U.S. and Its Elections from Russian Interference Campaigns

By Daniel McMasters – Executive Summary – For roughly a century, the United States and its allies have endured coordinated efforts by the Soviet, and then Russian government to interfere in the West’s domestic affairs. The frequency, intensity, tactics, and …

Subversive Influence: Vulnerabilities to the U.S. and Its Elections from Russian Interference Campaigns

Safeguarding Democracy: Increasing Election Integrity through Enhanced Voter Verification

By Kellie Weir – Executive Summary – Americans have grown worried about systemic flaws in the U.S. election system.[1] These concerns stem primarily from numerous cyber-attacks against the 2016 elections. Department of Justice Special Counsel Robert Mueller asserts the attacks …

Safeguarding Democracy: Increasing Election Integrity through Enhanced Voter Verification

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