West Virginia is experimenting with a mobile app that will allow overseas military personnel and U.S. citizens posted abroad to vote Nov. 6. Those who participate must opt in ahead of time.
West Virginia is experimenting with a mobile app that will allow overseas military personnel and U.S. citizens posted abroad to vote Nov. 6. Those who participate must opt in ahead of time. Silvia Izquierdo AP
West Virginia is experimenting with a mobile app that will allow overseas military personnel and U.S. citizens posted abroad to vote Nov. 6. Those who participate must opt in ahead of time. Silvia Izquierdo AP

Is higher voter turnout worth the risk of hacking? W.Va pilot program will find out

October 10, 2018 06:00 AM