Purpose of the Voting System Certification Committee
The Voting System Certification Committee (VSCC) was created for the purpose of ensuring that all voting systems used in elections that are covered under the NM Election Code comply all statutory requirements. Each voting system used in NM is reviewed and certified by the VSCC. The VSCC also has the ability to decertify antiquated systems and ensures uniformity statewide. Each meeting of the VSCC is considered an open meeting and is conducted in accordance with the Open Meetings Act [Chapter 10, Article 15 NMSA 1978].
1-9-1. Secretary of state; duties; voting system defined.
1-9-7.4. Voting systems; authority of the secretary of state to recertify and decertify.
1-9-7.5. Voting systems; voting system certification committee; members.
1-9-7.7. Voting systems; technical requirements.
- Darryl Ackley, State Chief Information Officer and Department of Technology Cabinet Secretary
- Peggy Carabajal, Valencia County Clerk
- Geraldine Salazar, Santa Fe County Clerk
- Scott Krahling – Dona Ana County Clerk
- Dave Kunko, Chaves County Clerk
VSCC August 26, 2013 Agenda
VSCC June 24, 2013 Agenda
VSCC March 28, 2014 Agenda
Public Comment, Voting System Certification
Pursuant to Section 1-9-14(C), the Secretary of State is posting written test reports on the voting systems shown below. They are posted for public review and comment. The Secretary of State is required by statute to accept public comment for twenty-one (21) days following the filing of these reports:
Voting System Tabulators:
Dominion Democracy Suite:
Election Systems & Software Unity 220.127.116.11
Election Systems & Software EVS 18.104.22.168
Ballot Printing Systems:
The above links contain reports regarding each system that were certified on September 18, 2013. These reports address the 2005 Voluntary Voting System Guidelines from the Election Assistance Commission and the State of New Mexico certification requirements.