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An Elementary Electronc Voting Protocol Using RFID

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6 Author(s)
Xiangdong Li ; Computer Systems Technology at New York City College of Technology, The City University of New York (CUNY), Brooklyn, NY 11230 USA, phone: 718-260-5543; e-mail: xli@citytech.cuny.edu. ; Michael Carlisle ; Andis C. Kwan ; Lin Leung
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This paper outlines the framework of a hardware and software system using RFID technology, and a general procedure for secure electronic voting in a poll and precinct setting. The e-ballot can be used for recount compared to "ballot" on direct recording equipment (DRE) and optical scan. Voter verification, quick recounts, public bulletin boards, and security issues are discussed, along with an attempt at hardware and software design for secure remote home computer voting. A RFID approach to voting has theoretical advantages over current systems, like a paper ballot, it separates data (ballot) from the programming architecture (voting software/hardware), thus making the voting system verifiable.

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Information Assurance and Security Workshop, 2007. IAW '07. IEEE SMC

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20-22 June 2007