The ElectionGuard voting system combines the flexibility and clarity of touch-screen technology with the reliability of printed paper. Voters mark their ballot on a touch screen, print their ballot to verify their choices, and take it to an election official, who scans the printed ballot, which is saved for a paper trail. Hardwired to the system, the printer is covered with a slip-on shroud that obscures, controls, and prevents opportunities for monkey business. It's all open sourced, so any vendor or manufacturer can use or modify any part or all of the system.
Designed by: Tucker Viemeister of Viemeister Industries, Ed Wood, Israel Fuentes and Jean-Pierre Mutti of Radii, and Whitney Quesenbery of Center for Civic Design