FWIW, since this came up recently --
http://www.openvotingconsortium.org/ looks *excellent*.
EVM2003 is an all-volunteer open source voting software project involving
engineers, scientists, political scientists and attorneys from around the
U.S. and the World.
The purpose of the project is to produce a demonstration version of our
open source voting software. The Open Voting Consortium will be the
custodian of the free software -- both the demo software and the
production software that will be developed and certified for use in public
It uses printed ballots, unlike the DRE (Direct Recording Electronic)
systems. I like it. A good intro is here:
Not sure if it supports PR-STV though ;)
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