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Voting System Testing & Certification

This interactive map shows where EAC federally-certified voting systems are deployed. It allows users to quickly access key information about EAC-certified voting systems, including the county in which they are used, test reports issued during the certification process and any advisory alerts. The map also depicts state requirements for voting system certification.

For questions about this map, including how to use it, visit our Voting Systems Map FAQ. For a presentation of this information in text format, please click here.

 
 
No Federal Requirements: Relevant state statutes and/or regulations make no mention of any federal agency, certification program, laboratory, or standard.
 
Requires Testing to Federal Standards: Relevant state statutes and/or rules require testing to federal voting system standards. (States reference standards drafted by the Federal Election Commission, National Institute of Standards and Technology, or the Election Assistance Commission).
 
Requires Testing by a Federally Accredited Laboratory: Relevant state statutes and/or regulations require testing by a federally or nationally accredited laboratory to federal standards.
 
 
Requires Federal Certification: Relevant state statutes and/or rules require that voting systems be certified by a federal agency.
Blue Pin
The blue pins on the map represent implementation of EAC certified systems. Information about these systems can be found here.
Yellow Pin
 
The yellow pins on the map represent implementation of components of EAC certified systems. Some jurisdictions elect to break down the fully certified system into components and implement only certain hardware or software combinations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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