Push For Mobile Voting In D.C. Collapses As Experts Say It Can’t Yet Be Implemented Safely

The brief flirtation with bringing mobile voting to D.C. has come to an end. The author of a bill introduced earlier this year that would have allowed D.C. residents to cast ballots from their phone or tablet says she will not pursue the idea next year, effectively killing the dream of Bradley Tusk, a well-connected venture capitalist and philanthropist, to make the city the first jurisdiction in the U.S. to fully implement mobile voting. Martin Austermuhle, DCist.

Go To Source