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Digital door knocking for election
Staff writer for The New Yorker on campaigning and get-out-the-vote activism.
The Cratos Principles
WebRoots Democracy offers 33 principles for accessibility, security, and user experience in online voting based on a series of events, roundtables, and expert interviews.
Software reviews website Capterra list of reviews of online voting software.
E-Voting.CC GmbH — Competence Center for Electronic Voting and Participation
Austria-based election services consultancy provides a market overview chart presenting major technology providers by company, country, URL, email and core competencies.
Election resources and expert analysis from the Brennan Center for Justice.
Writing for Democratic Audit, an independent research organisation based at the London School of Economics, Erik Asplund and Toby James offer guidelines to keep democratic participation fair and open.
4 key considerations from International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance.
Opinion and analysis, drawing lessons from Ebola.
Staff writer at The Atlantic on issues related to holding or delaying local elections in UK.
Voting has been postponed in many locations, but there are ways to minimize the damage.
In an op-ed for Wired, a University of California, Berkeley, sociology professor cautions against moving voting online, especially in context of COVID-19.
In France, the decision to continue with the first round of local government elections on 15 March 2020 also sparked controversy.
Despite precautions, the second round of the French elections, initially scheduled for 22 March 2020, has been postponed until 21 June 2020 .
Earlier this month, Israel made use of special voting tents to enable quarantined voters to exercise their political rights at the polls.
Coronavirus, Delrio: "Let's say yes to distance voting: democracy cannot be suspended"
Island nation of Vanuatu emphasizes travel restrictions to conduct election.
Local elections and London mayoral race postponed for a year.
In England, ‘ local and mayoral elections ‘ have been pushed back to May 2021, one year from their original date as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Precautions and FAQ for New Hampshire, when virus was present but not widespread.
Voice of America reports concerns that the pandemic could disrupt the election process.