In a Stanford Review interview Verified Voting founder David Dill discussed the risks of Internet voting, the challenge of educating an increasingly tech-comfortable public, and why paper is still the best way to cast a vote. Voters faced a tough time in the California primary, with many voters saying they have encountered broken machines, polling sites that opened late and incomplete voter rolls, particularly in Los Angeles County. A federal appeals court ruled that Kansas cannot prevent thousands of eligible voters from casting ballots in the November federal election because they didn’t prove they were U.S. citizens when registering to vote at motor vehicle offices. A federal judge threw out provisions in Ohio’s law that had voided absentee and provisional ballots for technical flaws made by otherwise qualified voters. Computer scientist Daniel Lopresti notes that the Pennsylvania Legislature is considering an internet voting bill that would jeopardize the vote and voice of our troops and compromise the integrity of elections by exposing them to attacks from hackers operating anywhere and everywhere throughout the world. The U.S. Supreme Court said it would intervene in another political redistricting case from Virginia to consider whether state office voting lines were racially gerrymandered. Haiti’s major foreign donors reluctantly gave the green light to the country’s elections body to rerun last year’s contested presidential elections in October and the U.K. government’s website for voter registration crashed, sparking panic that citizens may miss out on casting their ballots.