Bradley Tusk

Mobile voting effort comes to D.C.


The push for smartphone-enabled voting funded by venture capitalist Bradley Tusk is eying the nation's capital as its next proving ground.

Mobile voting booster Bradley Tusk to spend another $10 million to build new system


Tusk is partnering with some of his former critics to develop a new mobile-voting platform he hopes can be used eventually by "millions of voters."

Mobile voting arrives for 1.2 million Seattle-area voters


Voters around Seattle will be able to use a smartphone to cast ballots for a seat on an environmental board, but warnings about online voting still abound.

Denver to test blockchain-encrypted mobile voting in May election


The city's deployed military and overseas voters will be offered the ability to use Voatz, the mobile-voting app that was tested in 2018 by West Virginia.

Blockchain-enabled voting has started in West Virginia


The state's overseas voters started casting ballots using a mobile app that runs on the decentralized ledger last Friday.