Open-sourcing the vote

Berto Gonzalez votes in the Florida primary at a polling station in Miami.

The Open Source Digital Voting Foundation is spearheading a project to build new voting machines to replace proprietary systems currently in place. The group is in the second year of a an eight-year plan to produce a publicly-owned, open source election system. OSDV has turned loose its first batch of software code for technical review.


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