Wednesday, September 19, 2012


I am writing a series on Canada’s National Debate over Internet Voting - Check it out!

First article: Elections Canada Favors Internet voting,
Movement towards offering Internet voting in all national elections

Second article: Three Major Canadian Cities Love Internet Voting
Big successes here, w/ old folks biggest users in one of the cities

Big Mo Favors Internet Voting in Canada – Pt 3 in series
Demand is rising, and governments are responding - even Native Canadians are doing it

Post 4 - The Canadian Model
The Canadian Model shows how to discuss Internet voting security concerns REASONABLY, w/o using scary stories to try and stir up fear and panic. Why can’t Americans be more like Canadians around this topic?

More to come …

William J. Kelleher, Ph.D.
Political Scientist, author, speaker,
CEO for The Internet Voting Research and Education Fund
a CA Nonprofit Foundation
Twitter: wjkno1

Author of Internet Voting Now! 
Kindle edition:

1 comment:

Guy said...

I know this is an oldish post but I wanted to post a quick reply.

I live in one of the 40 Canadian Cites. We had Internet / Phone only - no polling stations.

It worked well and the experience was good and simple.

People need to get over the fear just like when it was banks getting on the Internet.