Wisconsin Primary: Brokered Convention on the Horizon?

Last night’s Wisconsin primary was important to both Republican and Democratic candidates for similar reasons. Cruz desperately needed a resounding win to slow the momentum of Trump. Similarly, Sanders needed a win to show that Clinton should not be thought of as the presumptive Democratic nominee. Wisconsin showed that both Cruz and Sanders are still formidable opposition to the front-runners. …

Outcry Over Arizona Voter Suppression

Over the past two weeks, there have been articles, petitions, and general outcry about Arizona voter suppression in the state’s primary. In Arizona’s most populous county, the number of polling precincts was reduced from 200 to 60 this year. This resulted in voters having to spend hours waiting to cast their vote. Consider: 2012 primary had 300,000 voters and 200 polling places. …

TONIGHT: First Nationally Televised Libertarian Debate

The first nationally televised Libertarian debate will be hosted tonight on FOX Business Network at 9 PM. Candidates will include Gary Johnson, Austin Petersen, and John McAfee. The debate was pre-recorded and moderated by FOX Business contributor John Stossel. Follow My Vote’s CEO, Adam Ernest, recently met with Gary Johnson at the International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington, D.C. Johnson …

Polls Are Ineffective, So Why Do We Trust Them?

The 2016 presidential election is exposing a lot of the shortcomings in our democratic process and how bipartisan politics mixed with antiquated methods of voting have made for a rather corrupt current political climate. This is now being exposed as inaccurate polls are being released after the presidential debates. How much more will it take for people to realize that …

What Will the Future of Voting Look Like?

This post from a talk show called The Take Away speaks with some highly educated people in the industry where they discuss on their podcast the importance of verified voting when dealing in the digital realm. The main topic of conversation lands on the audit-ability of the current system and what might be in development (Follow My Vote) to make …

Hillary Aims to Tear Down ID Laws to Increase Voter Turnout

In an attempt to pick up votes needed for the upcoming 2016 election, Hillary Clinton is attempting to tear down ID laws to increase voter turnout.  Hillary’s campaign has taken a swing into the realm of claims of voter suppression, especially in States that are overhauling their voter laws to better protect against the levels of voter fraud that were …

How BlockChain Technology will Change the World

We have long known the power that blockchain technology offered the world in many different applications and industries. With online voting still needing a bit of a push in the securities realm to make large players more comfortable with the technology this article takes a look at some of the other industries that are seeing immediate dramatic improvements across the …

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United States Voting Laws In 2015

Next year Americans will be voting for the 2016 presidential candidates. Currently state legislators are examining and looking at hundreds of laws that pertain to voting. Some states are increasing voting restrictions, while others are improving access to the polls. Some of the more notable laws are written about voter ID requirements, early voting opportunities and improving voter registration. See …

Too Soon?

In a CBS news joint-interview shortly after Barack Obama was sworn in for his second term as the 44th President of the United States of America, interviewer Steve Kroft suggests that Barack Obama’s words of appreciation for the Hillary Clinton‘s service as Secretary of State was his way of endorsing her as his candidate of choice for the 2016 United …