10/6: Former presidential candidate Jill Stein says she may challenge the legality of Philadelphia's new touchscreen voting machines in court.
8/22: Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill dismissed a viral video of a person hacking a voting machine as "unconscionable".
7/29: The millions spent on new voting machines in Nevada did not stop 43 citizens from double voting.
7/15: Alamance County's voting machines are set to be de-certified soon because their touch screens make them vulnerable to error.
7/15: A congressional report claims that New Jersey is one of the five states most vulnerable to election hacking.
7/14: Maryland has asked Homeland Security to investigate a company tied to a Russian oligarch that oversees the state's voter registration.
6/4: Replacing outdated voting machines in Louisiana could cost around $60-million.
6/4: Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin explained that Louisiana may not have the budget to update voting machines for primaries.
5/31: Many close races in the upcoming November elections will be decided upon outdated voting machines.
4/13: Pennsylvania counties must order new voting machines that offer a paper record of votes for the next election.