Whitepapers and other Resources

In this 4 part series, cyber securities expert Julie Baker steps through the many vulnerabilities of the ES&S Election Management System. There is much risk embedded in these systems resulting in a loss of trust and confidence in the process. Does our vote count? How do we know if we can’t get reports to do the basic analysis required to confirm our systems have integrity? Why is there a lack of transparency with respect to our third party vendors and corporations involved in this process?

Julie has an extensive background working in Information Technology for major banks in Manhattan as well as Israel. She knows the inherent risks of computer systems like these systems used to implement elections. This is a compelling presentation not to be missed.

Here is a whitepaper on the vulnerabilities of the ES&S system used both in our 2020 general election as well as the 2022 primary

Part 1 Voting Machine Risks-Third Party Risk

Part 2 Can we trust our election systems?

Part 3 Machine Vulnerability Risks

Part 4 Can these machines be manipulated?

Here is a whitepaper summarizing all of our efforts to date. This paper also documents the hundreds of vulnerabilities of the ES&S system.

This writeup summarizes the observations from the June 2022 primary poll observation program

This document summarizes the observations from the midterm poll observation program