Check out these short videos to help you learn more about election security or educate others and our past webinars about how to help secure elections in your local area or state or learn about our federal campaigns.


Secure Our Vote: Voting in the Time of COVID – 71 minutes

How can we help ensure every voter can vote safely and securely in 2020, without putting their health at risk due to COVID19? Hear from experts at Vote at Home and Verified Voting to learn how vote by mail and early vote could help make our elections safer, and to discuss what kinds of security concerns we should pay attention to as states make major changes in voting in response to the pandemic.

Posted by Secure Our Vote on Thursday, October 24, 2019

Secure Our Vote Webinar with Special Guest Renato Mariotti – 45 minutes

Learn more about why election security funding is necessary and actions you can take to ensure we get that funding with CNN and MSNBC Legal Analyst Renato Mariotti


Election Security Auditing – 60 minutes

Stephanie Singer is an independent consultant, expert in elections, technology and communication. Learn how to observe an audit in your best way!


Better Safe Than Sorry Recovery Planning – 72 minutes

Counsel for the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program Liz Howard and South Carolina Election Official Rokey Suleman II


The Threat to U.S. Elections – 5 minutes

University of Michigan Professor & Verified Voting Technology Fellow Alex Halderman


TEDx Talk by Professor Andrew Appel: Why Internet Voting can Never be Secure – 20 min

A great primer on election security.


I Voted? Trailer (2016) – 2 minutes

An exploration into the insecure electronic voting machine system. Rent full film for $4.99.


New York Times and Verified Voting – 4 minutes

Watch as Verified Voting specialists collaborate with the New York Times to show just how insecure these voting machines are.


Center for American Progress’ Election Security in All 50 States Event – 90 minutes

A discussion about best practices and the vulnerabilities in election infrastructure that threaten to undermine America’s free and fair elections.