VI. Tech Thursday
Indiana: Secretary of State Connie Lawson’s office will conduct a pilot program in 2018 to add an additional level to security to access the state’s voter registration rolls. The Indiana State Voter Registration System pilot program will have 10 participating counties and each employee will now have a physical toke key that must be entered as part of the log-in process to access the voter registration system. "While access to the system has always been restricted, we are taking it a step further through additional security measures," Valerie Warycha, deputy chief of staff and communications for the secretary of state’s office told the Chicago Tribune.