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Utah to study expansion of e-voting
Politics » 14-member committee formed to research topic.
First Published Jul 22 2014 11:37 am • Last Updated Jul 23 2014 06:26 pm

Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox formed a committee Tuesday to study the possible expansion of voting via the Internet.

Utah was among the first states to introduce electronic voting for a few voters. Since 1998, it has allowed overseas citizens and members of the military to vote electronically. This year, the Legislature also made it an option for disabled voters.

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The new 14-member iVote Advisory Committee includes Cox, legislators, county clerks and technology and security specialists. It will explore, among other issues, how to ensure that e-voting is secure, how to keep ballots secret and how to allow a secure audit system to guarantee the accuracy of vote counts.

The committee aims to complete a study by year’s end and provide findings to the Legislature.




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