E-Voting Using Android Device and Computer Terminals for Student Government Election

Authors: Galauran, Joseph D., Morais, Christopher R., and Timtim, Erico John S.

Issue: 2020


The Traditional way of voting uses paper and most of the times make the election process very inconvenient to the voters but, however with the arrival of technology right now we already have lots of way to improve it, one example of which is the E-voting it is widely known as the next level to the traditional paper voting but laws, threats, flaws, and bugs keep it from being used by the masses. By studying these faults, the study main prerogative is to be more knowledgeable about the hindrances of the development of the voting process in our society. The scope covers Universities and Colleges that are members of the South Manila Inter-Institutional Consortium (SMIIC). The basis of the system will be the principles of voting cited by (Corry, 2009) as well as the laws that govern the universities under the SMIIC. Since not all schools have the same laws and elections system the study will concentrate on significant laws that the schools respective COMELEC adhere to. Since it is an election system the important aspect of it all is the security. Feedback Surveys were disseminated. The developed system ran on android devices and web browsers. After the development, tests were conducted on students of Lyceum of the Philippines University. In conclusion the system was feasible with Corry‘s Principles (Corry, 2009), the
electoral processes that each of the Universities follow. The Feedback survey and testing was all positive. Though there were still concerns regarding the deployment and implementation of the system.