Some countries have adopted the technology of electronic voting into their democratic processes. Some of them successfully implemented e-voting in their elections, but some countries failed to transform traditional paper-based voting into a technology-based automated voting system. Indonesia is a developing country that carries out general elections every five years. The vote was conducted to elect presidential and vice-presidential candidates, national and regional legislatures, and members of the local representative council. Reducing errors and speed up the counting process are some of the electronic voting benefits. Electronic voting also eliminates the root cause of the controversies in every election, which is a vote that is deemed invalid or doubted, thus it still raises doubts, especially on the security, confidentiality of voter data, and ease of use of the system. This research aims to discover the readiness of the implementation of the e-voting system in Indonesia by conducting a quantitative survey and propose state-of-the-art electronic voting system architecture that is suitable for application in Indonesia. Our investigation shows that most of the respondents are ready to use the e-voting system.