Iowa’s voter registration system not designed for today’s technological challenges


“The system was built in 2005 and was not designed for today’s technological challenges, including cybersecurity.” 

“… technological advancements are needed to ensure the integrity of our election systems.”

“The system simply was not built for our evolving election methods.”

You write that when you ask for $7,350,000 from legislators.

Source:  An executive summary from the Iowa Secretary of State.

“You might have recently read that I-Voters will not be replaced before the 2020 elections. Replacing the system is a multiyear, multimillion-dollar project and remains on-schedule. It is not something that can or should be rushed into blindly.”

You write that when you did not do your job by replacing I-Voters prior to the 2020 Presidential Election.

Source: Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate in The Gazette on 7/29/2019

Is I-Voters secure?  Maybe we will learn the answer during my upcoming HAVA complaint hearing.  Joel D. Miller – Linn County Auditor & Commissioner of Elections #trustnverifyivoters

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