Although the Florida debacle during the 2000 Presidential election, which nearly precipitated a constitutional crisis, happened over six years ago, its reverberations continue to be felt. Since that time there has been an explosion of research and literature on voting. In particular, researchers have focused intense scrutiny on voting technology and Internet voting. While election administrators hailed new voting technology as a savior for error prone, old voting machinery, and many looked on Internet voting as the future; it soon appeared that it raised serious new issues. This bibliography consists of annotated references to books, reports, periodical articles, and cases examining the brave new world of electronic voting machines and Internet voting. This bibliography limits itself to post2000 material. It does not include newspaper articles, popular magazines, or materials unobtainable from either the Internet or major research libraries. Due to the substantial body of literature on this subject, the bibliography is not comprehensive. Omissions do not necessarily reflect a qualitative judgment about the material omitted.
Northern Illinois University Law Review
Clark Arado, Therese A. and Boland, Susan M.
"O Brave New World? Electronic Voting Machines and Internet Voting: An Annotated Bibliography,"
Northern Illinois University Law Review: Vol. 27:
3, Article 6.
Therese A. Clarke Arado & Susan M. Boland, O Brave New World? Electronic Voting Machines and Internet Voting: An Annotated Bibliography, 27 N. Ill. U. L. Rev. 313 (2007).