Duncan A. Buell

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Duncan A. Buell

Duncan A. Buell is a professor of computer science, former election official, and co-author of “Voting Systems.”

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Duncan A. Buell is a visiting assistant professor of computer science at Denison College in Granville, Ohio, and the co-author of “Voting Systems: How They Work, Vulnerabilities, and Mitigation” (2022). In 2021, he retired from the University of South Carolina, where he was a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and was department chair and interim dean. He served as a consultant to the League of Women Voters of South Carolina on election technology and analyzed Election Systems and Software (ES&S) election data from South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Kansas, North Carolina, and Colorado. He also was a consultant to Richland County, South Carolina, and Maricopa County, Arizona, on resource needs to prevent long lines at polling places. Visit his website at duncanbuell.org.

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Voting Systems: How They Work, Vulnerabilities, and Mitigation” by Duncan A. Buell and Steven Rosenfeld. October 5, 2022. Produced in partnership with the Independent Media Institute’s Observatory and IMI’s Voting Booth project.

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