The Crisis in Accountability: C-002 Rethinking the Voting Process

Everything in the modern society tends to come down to convenience. The problems plaguing society can find its paternity in the lack of accountability. Does anyone trust the vote count? How does one know if their vote counted or if it was counted as cast? With all of the political dialogue about #MailInVoting the question should be asked. Why are we even using mail in voting at all? We bank online. Why can't we #VoteOnline?

Require everyone who wants a ballot to register on their local county/municipal website. Confirm the identity through the drivers license info and other methods (Back end check). Have the registered voter create a security profile only they will know. The voter logs in and casts their ballot. The ballot when submitted is assigned a unique serial number which only the voter knows tied to that vote and voter. The voter has a copy of their ballot and its unique identifier that allows them to track their vote via the website. The clerk should be able to confirm that the ballot counted and how it was counted

As an additional layer of accountability and security. Make it a law that harvesting the individual voter's vote is a felony without that voters consent. Folks would also be able to do their own counting by sharing with each other their vote. Let the technology serve the citizen and force accountability. Why not make voting convenient and legitimate with the peace of mind knowing that your vote was counted as cast?

#TheCrisisInAccountability, #AccountabilityInVoting, #RethinkingHowWeVote

https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/virginia-absentee-ballot-applications-sent-dead-people-and-wrong
The Crisis in Accountability: C-002 Rethinking the Voting Process Everything in the modern society tends to come down to convenience. The problems plaguing society can find its paternity in the lack of accountability. Does anyone trust the vote count? How does one know if their vote counted or if it was counted as cast? With all of the political dialogue about #MailInVoting the question should be asked. Why are we even using mail in voting at all? We bank online. Why can't we #VoteOnline? Require everyone who wants a ballot to register on their local county/municipal website. Confirm the identity through the drivers license info and other methods (Back end check). Have the registered voter create a security profile only they will know. The voter logs in and casts their ballot. The ballot when submitted is assigned a unique serial number which only the voter knows tied to that vote and voter. The voter has a copy of their ballot and its unique identifier that allows them to track their vote via the website. The clerk should be able to confirm that the ballot counted and how it was counted As an additional layer of accountability and security. Make it a law that harvesting the individual voter's vote is a felony without that voters consent. Folks would also be able to do their own counting by sharing with each other their vote. Let the technology serve the citizen and force accountability. Why not make voting convenient and legitimate with the peace of mind knowing that your vote was counted as cast? #TheCrisisInAccountability, #AccountabilityInVoting, #RethinkingHowWeVote https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/virginia-absentee-ballot-applications-sent-dead-people-and-wrong
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Half a million incorrect absentee ballot applications sent across Virginia, including to dead people
“Approximately half a million applications sent to eligible voters in Virginia included incorrect information, and we are working diligently to address the issues,” says the Center for Voter Information
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