Vote early and in person.

    September 24, 2020

    As DT visited the Supreme Court, crowds waiting to pay their respects to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg booed him, chanting “vote him out” and “honor her wish.” [NPR]

    We will, Ruth. We will.

    Ava DuVernay:

    “Trump on trial.

    With Justice Ginsburg presiding.”


    Follow the link to learn how to vote in your state.


    Healthy Voting helps you find healthy, secure, and safe ways to cast your ballot this year. Healthy voting practices protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community from the spread of COVID-19.

    Your voting options depend on your state as well as deadlines for mail voting, early voting, and voting in-person on Election Day.

    This site’s guidance is based on advice from leading public health experts as well as the latest updates to state election law. Healthy Voting focuses on statewide primary and general elections. [You can track your ballot online, too.]


    Online Voting Wasn’t Ready for 2020. Don’t Count on It Anytime Soon.

    By Jack Cable, Sydney Frankenberg, Pierce Lowary, Chase Small, Michael A. Specter, Adriana Stephan, Alex Zaheer
    • Rather than immediately trying to confront the difficult problem of end-to-end verifiability of online voting, the industry and researchers may instead focus on first developing and deploying end-to-end verifiable in-person and mail-in voting systems. Microsoft’s ElectionGuard is one such readily available open-source resource for end-to-end verifiable in-person elections. Working to deploy such software, and fielding similar solutions for mail-in ballots, offers a tangible path to improving election security.

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