The Advantages of Voting Online
Some benefits are inherent to voting online, others are made
possible by industry-leading technologies available only
Copy a previous election to eliminate the need to configure elections from scratch each time. Just do it once, and in subsequent years, copy that election specifying only candidate names and election dates.
Reduced costs are enjoyed when the expenses of printing, mailing and tabulating paper ballots are lessened or even eliminated entirely from the election process.
Email Solicitation adds value by soliciting an email address from voters without one already on record and then notifying you about the newly-acquired email so it may be added to your master records.
Email Reminders help increase voter participation by sending reminders to voters who’ve
not voted and providing them with a link straight to the online ballot.
Email Validation brings added value to your online election by inspecting your voters’ email addresses and notifying you of any that are not properly formatted.
Ballot Scrubbing ensures no ballot is spoiled due to anything not in compliance with your
voting rules by notifying voters, in plain-language, about how to ensure their ballot conforms to those rules.
Ballot Shuffling randomly orders the candidates’ names on each request
of the ballot so all candidates get a fair chance at prime name placement on
On-demand Paper Ballots simplify hybrid elections by allowing an election administrator to generate a voter-specific paper ballot that honors all the election settings just as web ballots do.
Automated Tallying removes human fallibility from the tabulation process and
makes your election results available within seconds of the close of the election.
Comprehensive Reporting instantly provides you with informative day-by-day statistics about your election beyond just who won,
demonstrated at the Sample Election Results page.
Archived Election Results means all previous election results are readily available at your account which saves you from having to dig through a file cabinet to find results from previous elections.
Ability to correct mistakes allows voters to go back and correct any mistakes before final submission of their ballot. Once a ballot has been submitted however, it is final and can not be altered.