Karen Jagoda, President at E-Voter Institute, interviewed me last week for Digital Politics. She asked really good questions about Russian hacking and what is holding back Internet voting. Karen said, “John reminds us that there is no national voting infrastructure but rather hundreds of systems used by state and local authorities to register voters, and allow for voting and counting of ballots. He says there are simple, safe, and secure voting technologies available to insure all votes count so now might be the time to call for some national election standards. John also points out some of the fallacies about using mail-in ballots as an alternative to same day voting.” You can listen to the short podcast here.