Monthly Archives: March 2016

Media treatment of Online Voting: Double-Standard is the standard

Double standard is the standard when it comes to media treatment of online voting. Election night coverage of primary elections and caucuses on March 22nd was a perfect example. Reports of two hour lines to vote in Arizona, and long … Continue reading

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Online Voting NEWS: Utah first state to offer Online Voting on March 22nd

It has finally begun. Next week, the Utah Republican party will be conducting a Presidential election caucus that includes an option to vote online. This is big news. This is not a good day for the naysayers. While they stamp … Continue reading

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Online Voting: Turn IN the Vote

Of all the election-related terms that would be rendered anachronistic by online voting, perhaps the most significant one might be the term “voter turnout”. I have really grown to hate the significance of voter turnout. Our entire election process, and … Continue reading

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