Our Chief Technology Officer recently shared an update on Clear Ballot's continued commitment to developing technology that allows all voters to cast voter-verifiable paper ballots privately and independently in this new piece by Steven Aquino for Forbes.

Clear Ballot believes eligible voters of all abilities have the right to vote privately and independently on full-faced paper ballots that are voter-verifiable and auditable. Our dedication to providing a seamless voting experience for voters is seen through our accessible ballot marking device, which includes a large touchscreen, headphones, tactile keypad, and sip-and-puff compatibility. Additionally, Clear Ballot has partnered with the renowned Perkins School for the Blind to test and verify that the technology created for elections is truly accessible. Read the full article here to learn more about Clear Ballot's dedication to increasing accessibility, transparency, and audibility in elections.