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The election system is in need of a secure electronic web application that voters can rely and have trust in. E-Voting is the most security sensitive processes handled electronically. The highest achievable security is never too much for an E-Voting application. So when the web application is being built, tasks such as Security Requirements elicitation, specification and validation are essential to assure the security of the resulting E-Voting web application. By considering the Security requirements as functional requirements in the Requirement phase, the complete specification of Security Requirements for E-Voting application can be developed and flaws can be reduced. In this paper we propose to use Model Oriented Security Requirements Engineering (MOSRE) Framework in the early phases of E-Voting application development so as to identify assets, threats and vulnerabilities. This helps the developers to analyze and elicit the Security Requirements in the early stage of secure E-Voting application development.