Our mission is to strengthen democracy by making elections more trustworthy.
We use modern technology and work closely with election officials to make elections transparent, simple, and secure.
We believe that trust is earned only by being publicly accountable for everything we do. That's why we're the only non-profit voting system vendor in the United States, why all of our source code is publicly available for review the moment we write it, and why we actively work in the open with leading academics in the fields of voting security and usability.
We believe that democracy is too important for secretive machinery and that public trust demands complete transparency. We are committed to open-source code and open documentation.
Our entire development process is transparent: you can follow every new feature as it is developed, every bug fix as it’s applied, and view the tests we use to verify all of our code works as expected.
We’re the only voting system that provides such complete transparency.
View all our code on GitHub: https://github.com/votingworks
Voting systems should be affordable such that jurisdictions can regularly modernize and secure their technology without breaking the bank. The pricing of voting systems should be transparent, so everyone knows they’re getting a fair deal.
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Dr. Ben Adida, co-founder and Executive Director of VotingWorks, leads our product and engineering efforts. A world-renowned election security expert who regularly speaks about election security at leading conferences, Ben received his PhD from MIT's Cryptography and Information Security group, where he focused on election security. Ben has led product & engineering teams for 20 years with a focus on security and privacy.