Artifacts associated with the U.S. Vote Foundations' E2E-VIV Project, entitled End-to-End Verifiable Internet Voting: Specification and Feasibility Assessment Study.
See https://www.usvotefoundation.org/e2e-viv/summary for more information.
Road Show Slides
Prior to the project being complete, Susan Dzieduszycka-Suinat and Joe Kiniry went on a "Road Show" to visit several of the LEOs involved in the project and LEOs in their area. We visited Washington D.C., Seattle WA, Portland OR, and Santa Fe NM. A set of slides were presented at these events.
The focus of the presentation was:
- summarizing the E2E-VIV project,
- dispelling myths about internet voting,
- explaining what end-to-end verifiable internet voting is to a lay audience,
- summarizing the current state of the project, where we were heading, when to expect the report, and a range of recommendations were possible, and
- answering any questions that attendees had about elections.
As such, the slides used were only understandable within the context of the interactive presentation, and cannot be interpreted without hearing the presentation. Unfortunately, there are Internet voting proponents who are accidentally or willfully misinterpreting that content now. This should be stopped and any and all instances of such misinterpretation will be aggressively rebutted by Joe Kiniry and expert team members. These slides are currently archived for historical purposes in the "slides" sub-directory of this repository.
Know that only the final report and its Executive Summary contains the opinions of the team and the recommendations of the project.