by Innovation in Politics Institute

Voting
2JJEJTG Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss taking part in the BBC Tory leadership debate, Our Next Prime Minister, presented by Sophie Raworth, a head-to-head debate at Victoria Hall in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, between the Conservative party leadership candidates. Picture date: Monday July 25, 2022.

How Liz Truss became the UK’s Next Prime Minister after Online Vote

For the first time in the party's history, Britain's Conservatives are allowing members to vote online in their leadership contest. The stakes are very high – the winner will take up residence at 10 Downing Street.

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6 Candidates Elected in Digital Primaries

More and more political parties are opening up their leadership contests to online votes. A list of 6 candidates elected in digital primaries.

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A vote is cast using a voting machine at a polling station in Sofia, Bulgaria on Nov 14, 2021

Manufacturing Distrust: Voting Machines in Bulgaria

In May 2021, Bulgaria's parliament passed a law making the use of voting machines compulsory. But since the law came into effect, public trust in the machines has suffered. A cautionary tale for democracy technology providers and political innovators everywhere.

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Asian businessman using the smart mobile phone to access on phone with laptop for validate password for biometric two steps authentication to unlock security, Business Technology security Concept

Is Internet Voting Safe?

In 2005, Estonia held its first general election over the internet, becoming the first country in Europe to fully introduce i-voting. Initially, less than 2 % of voters chose to cast their vote online, but over the years, that number grew to over 40 %. Internet voting has become routine practice, so much so that it is no longer predicted by age, education, gender, or income.

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