Democracy Live seeks to modernize voting in America by allowing voters to access their ballot and balloting information anytime and anywhere using any smart device, computer, or platform. Whether voters are accessing their official ballots or researching the candidates on their ballot, we believe voters want easier, more secure, and accessible voting technologies. This includes the over 25 million voters who live with disabilities in the United States and the millions of voters who reside outside the country, or cannot vote at a traditional polling place.

As the leader in secure remote voting technologies, Democracy Live has served voters from nearly 2,000 U.S. jurisdictions and in over 90 countries around the world. Voters have the right to vote in a secure, accessible and independent manner, regardless of disabilities, or geography. Democracy Live has been leading the way for over a decade, delivering secure remote voting technologies in over 1,500 elections serving over 10 million voters.


The work of Democracy Live demonstrates that compliance with international standards on accessibility is readily achievable in the electoral space
Janet Lord

Harvard Law School Project on Disability