vVote: Verifiable Electronic Voting in Practice
Craig Burton, Chris Culnane, Steve Schneider
IEEE SECURITY & PRIVACY | IEEE COMPUTER SOC | Published : 2016
In Victoria, Australia, the vVote verifiable voting system allowed blind voters and voters in remote locations to cast fully secret ballots in a verifiable way. The new verifiability checks did not impede function or satisfaction in the voting experience.
Awarded by EPSRC
Awarded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
We are grateful to our colleagues Peter Ryan and Vanessa Teague for their substantial voluntary contributions to the deployment of the system. We thank the Victorian Electoral Commission executive and polling staff. We also thank the anonymous referees for their thorough and detailed comments. The underlying research was funded by EPSRC under grant EP/G025797/1, "Trustworthy Voting Systems," and under EP/K503939/1. Data Access Statement: the DOI for the dataset is 10.15126/surreydata.00808345. All data generated by the University of Surrey is available without restriction. Due to confidentiality agreements, some of the supporting data can be made available only with the permission of Victorian Electoral Commission.