Results 1–20 of 100 for "e voting"

Scottish Parliament written answers — Elections: Elections (8 May 2000)

David Mundell: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has any plans to conduct experiments in e-voting.

Public Participation (29 Nov 2001)

Chris Leslie: When we examine the mechanistic issues of voting we can look in depth at the degree of trust that the public have in the systems that they use to cast their votes. The issue of e-voting will, I imagine, prompt a series of questions about authenticity, identity and security. It will take some time to address those questions. The Government have already demonstrated their willingness to be...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Electoral Pilots (6 Dec 2001)

Jonathan Djanogly: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions whether the e-voting equipment to be procured by his Department for the electoral pilots in the May 2002 local elections will include an (a) screen magnification software, (b) screen reader software, (c) Braille displays and (d) other adaptive technology for visually impaired people.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Digital Scotland: Digital Scotland (16 Jan 2002)

Andy Kerr: The Scottish Local Government (Elections) Bill allows for alternative methods of voting to be considered with a view to subsequent implementation. The electoral commission have been consulted about pilot proposals. With the International Teledemocracy Centre, based at Napier University, we are now considering specific proposals to run e-voting pilots in two local authorities.

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Electoral Modernisation (5 Feb 2002)

Nick Raynsford: I have today agreed that 30 local authorities will pilot new methods of voting at local and mayoral elections this May. These electoral modernisation pilots build on the 2000 local election pilots and will test new and easier arrangements, such as early voting, all postal ballots and mobile ballot kiosks. The earlier successes of postal voting ensure it will play a key role in the pilot...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: E-democracy (13 Feb 2002)

Alan Whitehead: We are working jointly with the Office of the e-Envoy and others to develop policy on e-democracy, including e-voting, and intend to consult on our wide-ranging proposals later this year.

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: E-democracy (13 Feb 2002)

Alan Whitehead: My Department, with the Office of the e-Envoy and others, are developing e-democracy in the United Kingdom. The Government intend to consult on their wide-ranging proposals later this year. In drawing up these proposals, we are considering lessons to be learned from the best examples of e-democracy projects that have taken place in the UK Parliament, other parliaments and in local...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Elections: Elections (15 Feb 2002)

David Mundell: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-21264 by Mr Andy Kerr on 16 January 2002, when e-voting will become an option for Scottish voters.

Political Participation (Young People) (5 Mar 2002)

Chris Leslie: I, too, congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Gedling (Vernon Coaker) on securing the debate and on so ably setting the issue in context. The participation of young people in politics is fundamental to the central tenets of democracy. Participation in the democratic process not only legitimises governance and the rules by which we live, but enriches civil society. It connects citizens...

European Parliament (6 Mar 2002)

Mr Paul Tyler: Thank you, Mr. Deputy Speaker. I fancy that we may not need all the time available, so the otherwise unfortunate circumstances of this morning may not be disastrous. By good fortune, our debate is relevant and topical because we must decide relatively soon how the next European parliamentary elections should be handled, what system should be used and what the criteria should be. I remind the...

Disability Discrimination (Amendment) Bill [HL] (6 Mar 2002)

Baroness Wilkins: moved Amendment No. 12: After Clause 7, insert the following new clause— "EXTENSION OF THE 1995 ACT TO POLLING STATIONS AND ELECTORAL SERVICES (1) The 1995 Act is amended as follows. (2) In section 19, after subsection (3)(h) insert— "(i) access to and use of electoral services and facilities". (3) After section 21, insert— "21B ELECTIONS ACCESSIBILITY STRATEGY (1) It is the duty of...

E-Democracy (12 Mar 2002)

Stephen Twigg: That is a welcome idea and I shall be happy to pass it on for the consideration of the Modernisation Committee. Similar ideas have been brought to my attention during the debate. For example, the National Council for Voluntary Organisations suggested that we might set up a citizens panel to which we could refer major questions in Parliament. Departments could also refer to that panel and the...

Written Answers — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: e-Government (26 Mar 2002)

Barbara Follett: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions what plans he has to pay grant to (a) provide e-voting pilots and (b) help local authorities achieve the vision of e-Government set out in their implementing electronic Government statements.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport, Local Government and the Regions: Online Voting (23 Apr 2002)

Mr Richard Allan: Like the Minister, I want the e-voting pilots to succeed in May. I congratulate Ken Bellamy, head of information, communications and technology at Sheffield city council, on what he has done to develop the Sheffield pilots. Will the Minister ensure that clear guidance is issued to cover a situation which still concerns me? What happens when a voter turns up on 2 May at the polling station...

Postal Ballots (30 May 2002)

Lord McIntosh of Haringey: My Lords, the Electoral Commission's evaluation of the electoral pilot schemes will provide a detailed assessment of the impact of new voting methods, including all-postal ballots and e-voting, to the Lord Chancellor by 2nd August. Early indications are that all-postal ballots can increase turnout and the various electronic means of voting were positively received. We will consider the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Elections: Elections (20 Jun 2002)

David Mundell: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S1W-22628 by Mr Andy Kerr on 15 February 2002, when it, local authorities, the Electoral Commission and any other relevant parties will agree on the final proposals for e-voting.

Written Answers — Lord Chancellor: E-voting (15 Jul 2002)

Ian Liddell-Grainger: To ask the Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Department how many people voted by (a) text-mail in the Sheffield area and (b) e-mail, telephone and mobile in St. Albans; and what plans there are to extend e-voting to other parts of the UK.

Written Answers — Privy Council: E-democracy (16 Jul 2002)

Robin Cook: The Government will today publish "In the service of democracy, a consultation paper on a policy for electronic democracy". Copies of the paper are available in the Vote Office, Libraries of the House and on the new e-democracy website www.edemocracy.gov.uk. A copy of the paper will be sent to all MPs and Peers. Our strategy for e-democracy offers new ways of participating and seeks to...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Voting Arrangements (23 Jul 2002)

Don Foster: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister who the intended recipients are of the funding for e-voting announced in the 2002 Spending Review.

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Voting Arrangements (23 Jul 2002)

Don Foster: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister what the total Government expenditure on the trials into new methods of voting undertaken at the May elections was, broken down into (a) e-voting, (b) postal ballots and (c) other.


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