Electronic Voting Machine Inventor Works on Blockchain Voting App for Elections During Coronavirus Pandemic

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Susan Eustis invented the electronic voting machine. Now she has developed a cell phone app for voting that is secured by blockchain technology. This app would give voters the freedom to cast their ballots safely and remotely during the Coronavirus. Testing of the voting app begins today, April 24 for state election officials and anyone who is interested.

In this interview Susan and I talk about her involvement in the voting process over the years and how she is coping and contributing during the coronavirus pandemic.

Susan's best coping advice is to find happiness in the little things.

Learn more about the blockchain voting project Susan is working on with other members of the Government Blockchain Association here: www.gbaglobal.org/

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