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The Georgia 2020 Risk-Limiting Audit with VotingWorks

By Savannah Tribune | November 12, 2020

VotingWorks is a non-partisan non-profit building secure & affordable election technology. One of our key contributions is in the deployment of risk-limiting audits. A risk-limiting audit is the gold standard of tabulation audits, where a randomly selected sample of ballots is reviewed by audit boards. A risk-limiting audit tells us that, if all ballots were counted by hand, the winner … Continue reading “The Georgia 2020 Risk-Limiting Audit with VotingWorks”

African Americans, Protect, Preserve, and Push Forward Your Community, Nation and World: Vote for Biden

By Savannah Tribune | October 30, 2020

When voting for the president of the United States, historically, African Americans have more often than not felt compelled to vote against a candidate due to the threat the person poses to our community. Not until the presidential campaign of Barack Obama, who represented hope and change, did African Americans feel like we had someone to vote for.  This year we have both. … Continue reading “African Americans, Protect, Preserve, and Push Forward Your Community, Nation and World: Vote for Biden”

Count Every Vote: An Open Letter to the Chatham County Board of Elections

By Savannah Tribune | October 29, 2020

We are less than one week away from the end of a consequential and contentious election season in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of ballots have already been cast. A record 7.6 million voters are registered in the state of Georgia for this election. This makes it all the more important for there to be public trust in our … Continue reading “Count Every Vote: An Open Letter to the Chatham County Board of Elections”