|Election Day||Voter Authentication||Open Polls||Delay shipment of absentee ballots:
Intentionally delaying the shipment of ballots to certain citizens, in order to reduce their time to reply with the vote.
|Election Day||Voter Authentication||N/A||Poll Worker Delay:
Poll-workers do not fully understand the tasks they’re responsible for, and the process is delayed.
|Election Day||Voter Authentication||N/A||Impersonation:
An unathorized person votes for another registered voter (e.g. ghost voting, absentee was filled by someone else, oversee voter not updated).Impersonating an eligible voter:
An attacker or a voter casts multiple votes via a particular voting channel or by using multiple voting channels. This affects the right to vote, which also covers the provision preventing multiple votes being cast.
|Election Day||Voter Authentication||N/A||Voting when not eligible:
Someone is allowed to vote when not eligible to do so.
|Election Day||Voter Authentication||N/A||Absentee vote + Elec.Day vote:
Citizen first votes Absentee or Early, then goes and votes on Election Day.
|Election Day||Voter Authentication||N/A||Disenfranchisements of voters:
Certain groups are made uneligble to vote (even though they may be legally found in the voting registry). This may be accomplished through legislation, discrimination, etc.
|Election Day||Voter Authentication||N/A||No measurement to identify voters who already cast their vote:
A person that already voted can utilize another person’s identification, and if there are no means to identify if that person already voted he (she) will vote again.