The EAC operates a voting system testing and certification program. This program tests and certifies hardware and software, and may also decertify those systems.  This program accredits test laboratories to perform this testing for the EAC. While states are not required to participate in the program, some have enacted laws or have regulations that require a level of participation. For detailed information, see the State Requirements and the Federal Voting System Testing and Certification Program.

For general questions about the EAC's Voting System Testing and Certification program, visit our FAQ page.



Map of EAC certified Voting Systems by County

Counties shown in red in the map below use voting systems that have been certified by the EAC. In order to be represented on this map, the voting system must be tested by an EAC accredited voting system test lab through the agency’s Testing and Certification Program. Not all states require EAC certified systems, as determined by individual state statute. The map is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a complete representation of all voting systems in use throughout the United States.

For details on a specific county, point over the county on the map.

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