The electronic vote consists in the issuance of votes through a device with internet connection.

Two main types of electronic voting can be identified:

1. Electronic voting monitored physically by representatives of electoral authorities, for example, electronic voting machines located in polling stations.

2. Remote electronic voting via the Internet where voters send their votes electronically from any location to the electoral authorities.

The use of electronic voting is often coupled with an increase in participation because it allows voting without having to travel to traditional paper voting centers. In addition to the obvious benefit of convenience, it should also be added that electronic voting facilitates participation for people with reduced mobility.

Voting on the Internet has been used in general elections and referendums in the United Kingdom, Estonia and Switzerland, as well as in municipal elections in Canada, primary elections in France and presidential elections in the United States.

Civiciti’s electronic voting platform allows electoral processes and consultations to be conducted electronically. The whole voting process is auditable from start to finish. The design of the system allows administrators to guarantee users that their votes are correctly issued and accounted for according to the intention to vote.

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