Secure Voter

Bringing Democracy to Elections through innovation in voting.

Vote from your phone. Anywhere. Anytime.

Inno.vote makes open source based mobile device applications that allow citizens to vote from their phone or tablet, with the security and trust to allow Americans to vote for President.

We aim to bring accessible, secure, transparent, and verifiable elections mediated by the Internet to governments everywhere at a price point an order of magnitude less than current commercial providers.

The software that runs freedom must be free.

Inno.vote is committed to freeing the software that underpins freedom. All of the core code is released as Open Source Software under a MySQL style license, where not for profit open source developers can use SecureVote code under the GPL, and commercial developers can purchase a license to use the SecureVote code. Because security should not rely on secrecy, all SecureVote code will be open, forever.

Built for Today.

In recent years, many jurisdictions have moved backwards to paper ballots, as proprietary touchscreen technology was not up to the task. That’s why Inno.vote’s technology is built to run on today’s smartphones and tablets.

Though the Inno.vote platform provides a complete elections solution, it can integrate seamlessly with other voting schemes and is ideal for implementing UOCAVA voting while maintaining ballot secrecy and election integrity.

Help America Vote by Phone: Read the Paper

Assistive tech that lets everyone’s voice be heard.

By creating mobile apps, Inno.vote can take advantage of the state of the art accessibility that is built into the iOS and Android operating systems. These operating systems support assistive technologies for hearing, vision, and mobility impaired users. We provide the ultimate in accessibility as voters can use the devices with which they are already familiar, rather than having to learn a new system just to vote.

The Inno.vote apps enable external assistive devices as well. Braille displays, Switch controls, Sip/Puff switches, and external hearing aid devices are all supported. Leveraging the built-in capabilities of the operating system, the apps support a wide range of assistive modes to accomodate individuals with a wide range of hearing, vision, and mobility issues.

Current voting systems aimed at accessibility are custom-designed and unwieldy for voters with disabilities. Inno.vote uses the same smartphone technology that many people are accustomed to using in their daily lives.

Learn about assistive tech in the white paper.

A better way for Military and overseas voters to vote.

In today's world, most military and overseas voters have to give up their right to a secret ballot if they want to vote in an election.

The Inno.vote system allows jurisdictions to get military and overseas voters their ballots

The people who protect our freedoms should not have to give up their protections. The Inno.vote system can be implemented for voters covered by UOCAVA (The Uniformed And Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act) or for everyone in a jurisdiction.

Help Military Voters: Learn about SecureVoter

From the State House to the White House, Inno.vote knows governments.

The Inno.vote team has worked at The White House, Twitter, with Governments of the United Kingdom, Mexico, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. We've helped governments and government agencies address some of their largest logistical and resourcing issues, and we've worked in the security focused world of online gaming building enormous highly secure software from the ground up.

Learn more in the white paper.

Provably secure, tamper-proof elections software.

Security is the primary focus of the elections software created by Inno.vote. Legacy elections software providers keep their source code secret because it is not secure. How can we trust the results of a system whose inner workings are kept a secret?

The software is built on best-of-breed encryptions and security technology, such as those that underpin the Bitcoin blockchain, RSA, Threefish and SHA2. These technologies are used to encrypt communications as well as protect and authenticate voters and systems through a separate public key infrastructure, minimizing the trust required in order to secure the systems.

Get involved with Inno.vote today

We at Inno.vote are excited about the future of voting in America, but we can't do it all alone. Please join us and get involved today by reading the whitepaper, and backing our Kickstarter.

Learn More: Download The White Paper