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NEWS

North Carolina, feds end look into voting-machine ownership

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Federal authorities found nothing troubling after looking into voting-machine makers largely owned by private equity firms that don't disclose their investors, so North Carolina elections officials said Tuesday they're ready to certify which can do business in the state.

By EMERY P. DALESIO AP Business Writer 07/24/2019 WLOS.COM

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The State Board of Elections

Could decide Sunday which of three private companies meets its criteria after they disclosed their executives and equity funds as chief owners, but didn't detail who invested in those funds.

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NC VOTING SYSTEM GRADE: B

North Carolina adheres to a number of minimum cybersecurity best practices related to voter registration systems and conducts its elections using paper ballots and voting machines that provide a paper record. However, its post-election audits do not currently include provisional ballots.

 

Center for American Progress Voting Systems Report Card

In August 2017, the Center for American Progress released a report entitled “9 Solutions for Securing America’s Elections,” laying out nine vulnerabilities in election infrastructure and solutions to help improve election security in time for the 2018 and 2020 elections.

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POLLING PLACE EQUIPMENT

Verified Voting: The Verifier Map

Verified Voting’s interactive map offers detailed county-by-county listing of current voting technology for each state.

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State Audit Laws

All computerized elections should be audited to check the accuracy of the vote count and ensure the integrity of democracy.

ARE NC VOTES COUNTED IN THE LIGHT?

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STATE ELECTIONS LEGISLATION DATABASE

National Conference of State Legislators Bill Tracking

This database contains state legislation related to the administration of elections introduced in 2011 through this year, 2019.