Category: Election Security

FSFP Senior Advisor On Election Security Susan Greenhalgh To Present Paper On Best Practices for Online Balloting Options at DEFCON Voting Village.

Free Speech For People’s Senior Advisor On Election Security, Susan Greenhalgh, will present the white paper “Leveraging Electronic Balloting Options Safely and Securely During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” at the virtual DEF CON Voting Village with co-author, Dr. Steve Newell, project director of the Center for Evidence in Public Issues at the American Association of the
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Voting Rights Advocates Ask Court to Block Unsafe and Unequal State Election Rules During a Pandemic In Pennsylvania

Motion for Preliminary Injunction filed on behalf of the Pennsylvania NAACP cites major flaws in Pennsylvania’s current election plans that threaten voters’ ability to vote safely in November.  HARRISBURG, PA (August 7, 2020) — Last night, Free Speech For People and the law firm Dechert LLP filed a Motion for Preliminary Injunction in the Pennsylvania
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Voting Rights Advocates File Brief Supporting Motion for Preliminary Injunction to Block Use of Unsafe and Insecure Electronic Voting Machines In North Carolina

Free Speech For People, Lawyers’ Committee For Civil Rights, and pro bono law firm Sheppard Mullin, on behalf of plaintiffs North Carolina NAACP and several individual voters, are seeking a preliminary injunction to enjoin the use of the insecure, unreliable, unsafe, and unverifiable ExpressVote voting machine in North Carolina. On Tuesday, the plaintiffs submitted a
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Free Speech For People Calls for Investigation of Internet Voting Company Voatz

Free Speech For People wrote to the state attorneys general of six states (Colorado, Delaware, Massachusetts, Oregon, Utah, and West Virginia), and the Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General, calling for an investigation of Voatz, a Boston-based internet voting company, for deceptive and misleading marketing that may violate state laws against consumer deception or fraudulent
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FSFP Senior Advisor On Election Security Susan Greenhalgh Issues Statement on EAC Press Release Disavowing False Claims made by Online Voting System Vendors.

FSFP Senior Advisor On Election Security Susan Greenhalgh recently issued a statement on the Election Assistance Commision’s press release disavowing false claims made by online voting system vendors. Read the statement below. The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) took an extraordinary step yesterday to push back on the false claims and deceptive marketing practices advanced
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Leading Computer Security Experts File Amicus Brief for Supreme Court Review of Tennessee Case Challenging the use of Electronic Voting Machines

WASHINGTON, DC — July 23, 2020 — The public interest legal organization, Free Speech For People and pro bono counsel from Covington & Burling LLP yesterday filed an amicus brief on behalf of several of the nation’s leading computer security experts in support of a petition for Supreme Court review of a Tennessee case challenging
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Voting Rights Advocates Ask Court to Block Use of Unsafe and Insecure Electronic Voting Machines In North Carolina

“Democracy itself is at risk,” Motion for Preliminary Injunction filed on behalf of the North Carolina State Conference of the NAACP cites insecurity and health risk of touch screen voting machines during a pandemic. Raleigh, NC (July 22, 2020) – Today, voting rights advocates filed a Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Wake County Superior Court
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Trump Campaign and Republican National Committee Seek to Intervene in Pennsylvania Case Challenging Unsafe and Unequal State Election Rules During a Pandemic

Voting Rights Advocates Filed Lawsuit in June on Behalf of the Pennsylvania NAACP – Pennsylvania NAACP Will Oppose the Intervention Motion HARRISBURG, PA (July 21, 2020) — President Trump’s re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a motion yesterday to intervene in a case challenging a broad range of Pennsylvania election practices as
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