EVERYONE COUNTS, INC.
|EVERYONE COUNTS, INC. Patent applications|
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|20150039403||PREVENTING MAN-IN-THE-MIDDLE ATTACKS IN ELECTRONIC VOTING - In one aspect, there is provided a method. The method may include receiving, at a processor including a user interface, an indication representative of an electronic ballot cast electronically; interpreting, by the processor including the user interface in response to the received indication, data associated with the electronic ballot; generating, by the processor including the user interface, a ballot image of the interpreted electronic ballot, without accessing at least one of another device or another server to perform the interpreting or the generating; sending, by the processor, the generated ballot image to a server containing one or more other ballot images to enable auditing of the ballot images. Related systems, methods, and articles of manufacture are also disclosed.||02-05-2015|
|20140207537||Express Voting - Methods and apparatus, including computer program products, are provided for express voting. In some example embodiments, there is provided a method for express voting. The method may include authenticating a voter based on a token carried by a user equipment, the token mapped to at least one of an identity of the voter, a precinct of the voter, and a ballot for the voter; and providing, when the authenticating indicates the voter is authorized to vote, the ballot presented on the user equipment. Related systems, methods, and articles of manufacture are also disclosed.||07-24-2014|
|20140207536||ELECTRONIC POLLING DEVICE - The subject matter disclosed herein provides methods for authenticating a voter's identity using an electronic polling device. The method may search a plurality of voter profiles for a desired voter profile associated with a voter. The searching may be based on at least the voter's name or an associated voter ID. The method may display the desired voter profile which may include at least an image of the voter and an image of the voter's signature. The method may receive confirmation information from the voter. The method may compare the received confirmation information and a physical likeness of the voter with the desired voter profile to enable an authentication of the voter based on the comparing. The searching, displaying, receiving, comparing, and authenticating may be performed by at least one processor in an electronic polling device. Related apparatus, systems, techniques, and articles are also described.||07-24-2014|
|20120330732||MOBILIZED POLLING STATION - A mobilized polling station is deployable for voting in remote locations. The mobilized polling station includes a mobile polling server that stores a voter registration depository identifying potential voters and a ballot repository of blank ballots for the potential voters. Various client devices, such as smart phones, tablets computers, connect to the mobile polling server for voters to enter their credentials, receive the appropriate ballots, and cast their votes. The cast votes are collected by the mobile polling server and then provided to an election center for counting. Versions of mobilized polling station can operate with limited or no power and communications infrastructure.||12-27-2012|
|20120248185||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR REMAKING BALLOTS - Voter-generated ballots created using consumer-grade printers are remade to ballots scannable by specialized ballot scanners. The voter-generated ballots include a machine-readable indicia, such as a two-dimensional barcode, that encodes ballot information. The ballot information includes choices made by the voter and information for use in remaking the ballot. Voters wish to submit their votes using printouts from non-specialized printers such as those found at their homes or offices; yet election officials wish to tabulate votes using scanners that require specialized, high-quality ballots. The disclosed systems and methods bridge this gap.||10-04-2012|
|20100049597||SUPERVISED VOTING SYSTEM AND METHOD - The invention provides a supervised voting method for allowing a voter to vote under the supervision of a supervisor at a voting booth at which the voter can vote. The method comprises the voter providing identity information to the supervisor, the supervisor verifying the identity of the voter and sending the identity information to a remote polling administrator service, which determines voter specific voting options to be presented to that voter. The method further comprises the polling administrator service sending details of the voter-specific voting options to the voting booth, the voting booth displaying the voting options to the voter, voting booth receiving voting information from the voter, and the voting booth sending the voting information to a vote processor.||02-25-2010|
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