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Internet voting = Postal voting 2.0

    Internet voting = Postal voting 2.0

As early as 1999, in the midst of the dot-com bubble, Bill Clinton sent a memorandum directing the National Science Foundation to study the potential of Internet voting: “The Director of [...]

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Internet and postal voting, a shared past

    Internet and postal voting, a shared past

14 years ago, in the wake of the 2000 general elections, Americans had to wait 37 days to learn who their leader was. The closest presidential election in US history [...]

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Workers in Peruvian congress choose their representatives with electronic voting

    Workers in Peruvian congress choose their representatives with electronic voting

With the help of the Office of National Electoral Processes (ONPE), around a thousand workers in Peru's congress used a method of electronic voting where physical presence was not required [...]

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A brief history of electronic voting in Brazil

    A brief history of electronic voting in Brazil

On October 5th, South America's largest democracy will hold general elections. To expedite the voting experience of citizens, speed vote processing, and enhance the overall transparency and security of the election, the Tribunal [...]

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Fifteen parliament seats up for election in Sint Maarten

    Fifteen parliament seats up for election in Sint Maarten

Voters in the constituent country of Sint Maarten are set to elect fifteen members of the unicameral Parliament on August 29. The  small territory on the Caribbean, which is a semi-autonomous [...]

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Peru readies to implement electronic voting

    Peru readies to implement electronic voting

The electoral commission of Peru, called the Oficina Nacional de Procesos Electorales (ONPE), recently approved the legal framework necessary to begin implementing e-voting for binding national elections. In a document published [...]

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Romero Hicks: Mexican electronic voting will be ready in 2018

    Romero Hicks: Mexican electronic voting will be ready in 2018

While on a trip to Chicago, senator Juan Carlos Romero Hicks made some interesting declarations about the possibility of voting for Mexicans living abroad: "In 2018, Mexicans living abroad will [...]

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10 facts about the 2014 Colombian presidential elections

    10 facts about the 2014 Colombian presidential elections

Incumbent president Juan Manuel Santos will be facing Oscar Iván Zuluaga, Marta Lucía Ramírez, Clara López and Enrique Peñaloza on May 25 as Colombians elect a president for the 2014-2018 [...]

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