These are just three of the significant challenges in election security that require sustained attention. The integrity of U.S. voting systems has never been more critical – or more studied. As technology and security advances, as campaigns become more intense, as the expectations of voters evolve, it’s important for federal, state, and local officials and the media to know where they can find answers and experts in a nonpartisan setting. And it’s just as important to have the right information to help the public understand the difference between false alarms and real problems, and recognize that there are committed election professionals working on responses and solutions to these concerns.
EVN is a professional society of election officials, researchers, and advocates committed to accurate, accessible, transparent, reliable, and verifiable elections.
EVN is where election integrity leaders can address urgent issues together, whether by request or appointment. Invited guests can also collaborate at the Annual Conference, which features election verification thought-leaders as presenters and keynoters. EVN also offers resources that include access to expert advisors, articles, and white papers.
We’re dedicated to improving communication and best practices in our election systems, with a focus on two primary goals: accessible, private, reliable, and secure voting; and transparent, accurate, and verifiable elections.
“This imperative community never loses sight of what’s most important, what the main thing is: ensuring that in American elections, ballots are counted as cast. EVN is a critical part of our checks and balances.”
– Gregory Miller, Co-Founder, COO at OSET Institute