EVN participants and invited guests gather each year to present new research, educate each other across disciplines, collaborate and debate on a wide range of election integrity and election verification topics.
NEW THIS YEAR! EVN will present a Symposium to be held at the George Washington University in Washington, DC on March 15. Keynote speakers will be Ed Felten, former Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer under the Obama Administration, and Marian Schneider, Deputy Secretary for Elections and Administration, Pennsylvania.
See the preliminary agenda and register for the symposium
The Election Verification Network 2017 conference will be held at the George Washington University in Washington, DC on March 16-17, with an opening reception on March 15
See the conference preliminary agenda.
Past conferences and events
The 2016 conference was held at the George Washington University in Washington, DC on March 10-12.
The 2015 conference was held at the International Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana on March 5-7.
Election Verification Network 2014 Conference
The 2014 Election Verification Network Conference was held at the Bristol Hotel in San Diego.
Video highlights from select presentations include the Opening Ceremonies with the California Secretary of State Debra Bowen and a Fireside (“Firewall”) Chat with Howard Schmidt, Ridge Schmidt Cyber LLC, former chief advisor on cybersecurity to Presidents George H.W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Broken Ballots: Will Your Vote Count?
Douglas Jones and Barbara Simons take an in-depth look at U.S. voting technologies and their impact on voters and elections in their excellent book, Broken Ballots.
Members of the Election Verification Network’s elections security “response team” are ready to assist authorities if something goes wrong during the upcoming election. Team members have expertise spanning stats, audits, digital forensics, internet voting, and other relevant fields.