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Voting is a relatively new phenomenon in the modern world. The Institute is non-partisan, dedicated to providing research, tools, and education to ensure fair and transparent elections for One Person, One Vote.

Citizen Tools


The Institute provides education and tools for citizens in their local communities to audit elections and their processes.


The Institute is dedicated to publishing scientific papers based on an engineering systems approach to advanced election systems integrity.


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December 6, 2021
Tuscon, Arizona

Upcoming Events

Dec 2, 2021 | Cambridge, Massachusetts

Full launch of Election Systems Integrity Institute. On November 19, 2020, the Institute was announced at a gathering of nearly 600 people. Over the past year, the Institute has developed its core areas of focus, leading to its official launch on December 2, 2021.

Dec 6, 2021 | Tuscon, Arizona

A presentation on mathematical analysis of Pima County’s mail-in return ballots. The presentation will provide the methodologies and results based on publicly available data acquired from the Pima County Recorder’s office.

Dec 16, 2021 | Palm Beach, California

Presentation on “The Need for Election Systems Integrity.” The presentation will cover why a systems approach is necessary to assure fair and transparent elections.

Jan 22, 2022 | Cambridge, Massachusetts

A public educational event to train citizens on how to audit elections in their local community by the acquisition of two publicly available datasets.

Feb 19, 2022 | Lewiston, Maine

Workshop on the fundamentals of election systems process, covering both hand-counted paper ballots and digital ballot images.

Mar 19, 2022 | Livingston, New Jersey

Presentation on “What is the Right Technology for Fair and Transparent Elections.”

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The Institute’s Advisory Board is composed of leading academics, scientists, engineers, citizens, and researchers from diverse backgrounds who are committed to an engineering systems approach to ensuring election systems integrity.


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Analysis of Maricopa Audit Report of Ballot Envelope Images


Mathematical Modeling of Pima County Mail-In Ballot Return Rates

Multi-County Analysis of Georgia 2020 Elections

Multi-County Analysis of Arizona 2020 General Elections

Parabola and the Line in Michigan 2020 General Elections

Massachusetts 2020 Republican Primary Election Analysis