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The Integrity of Elections in the United States: Protecting Voters from Suppression, Technology, and Pandemics

48 Rutgers L. Rec. 142 (2021) | WestLaw | LexisNexis | PDF Notwithstanding the United States' challenges in protecting its voters, both domestic and foreign governments have found success in making voting accessible to all voters through blockchain voting. Blockchain voting is an online voting system that utilizes blockchain to protect data. State governments have used blockchain technology to facilitate voting for persons who would not otherwise have been able to vote. Foreign governments have begun integrating blockchain voting into their system of governance. However, insecurities still hang over our legislators as to whether blockchain voting can be trusted. This Article proposes that the U.S. should pass new laws that adopt blockchain voting. Specifically, the U.S. should, subject to certain rules, allow both federal and state governments to allow online voting through blockchain voting on platforms that are reputable, stable, and tested. View the entire article -->
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