They appear to be taking a page of the electric generation and telecom industry handbook and going after their critics. Instead of cleaning up the security of their voting platform, they are suing to make it illegal to make sure that their voting application can’t be used fraudulently.
When I google Voatz, I get a whole string of CVEs including one that limits the unique number of PINs to about 100 million, even though the USA has 340 million+ people. It also comes with the nifty dark side of being able to identify YOU and pair that with how you voted, thanks to the inclusion of biometric data like facial recognition in its software.
They would rather litigate than fix their platform. That alone should tell you everything you need to know about Voatz and e voting.