Washington Post: House should conduct proxy voting during pandemic, key Democrat recommends

Published April 16, 2020


A D.C. technology firm, Markup.Law, built an emergency remote voting system on spec using existing commercial software platforms and has demonstrated it in recent weeks for key House and Senate offices. Joel Rothstein, the firm’s chief executive, said in an interview Monday that the company stands ready to submit the system for technical and security validations.


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