The purpose of this report is to analyze modern technological tools/concepts used over the course of the past few years in the US election process. As society is rapidly implementing a wide array of digital technologies in almost every aspect, numerous significant issues, such as reliability, trustworthiness, accessibility, are manifesting themselves. The new tools and solutions used for public administration and government election process (generally referred to as “GovTech”) are the focus of heated discussions. Such technologies advance and reshape the modern democracy approach. 2020, a year of turmoil, was a rather hard year for digital GovTech solutions as well. The COVID-19 pandemic, the mass protests (on a global scale), and a number of other contributing events led to the implementation of the new technological solutions. Those technologies, which were not widely accepted previously are now becoming more and more popular due to social distancing measures enacted by governments around the globe.