Next, she reviewed several changes to law made in the past four years by the Republican dominated legislature. She pointed out that her organization is responsible for carrying out the law and does not hold bias against or for any specific law whether the employee is a Republican or a Democrat.
The Elections organization has implemented a number of security measures to keep every election safe and secure:
- Election results are transmitted to a stand‐alone server.
- Electronic results are reconciled against those from the
- polling location.
- Equipment is tested before each election with a public
- logic and accuracy test.
- All votes are on paper ballots (backup redundancy).
- Audit after each election.
- Implemented cybersecurity training for internal staff.
- Physical USB port blocking added to all election infrastructure
devices and workstations.
- Secure access policy for wireless mobile access points.
- Restricted areas containing voting equipment and technology are secured with physical security or secure entry access with a fob.
This is a way for non-profits to volunteer at voting places: the Club gets the payment for being a volunteer and the individual provides service to the community.
- Community partnership that supports 501c3 organizations, associations or charitable institutions.
- Organization members are trained to work as poll workers and will “adopt” a precinct for Election Day.
- The Supervisor of Elections pays the amount that would have been paid to the poll workers to the organization for those volunteering to “adopt” a precinct.
Our Club is considering becoming a member of the Adopt-a-Precinct.
Ms. Link was proud to share that her office has kept each election out of the news for claiming any impropriety. The Club gave her a round of applause.