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December 5, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Ballot Column LayoutBy default, candidate names display in a 2-column layout. It helps reduce scrolling to view the candidates and also presents more candidate names in a single screen view. But election managers may override that default setting and display candidate names stacked vertically in a single column.

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November 7, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Lady at computerIf your organization has historically been hands off when it comes to conducting elections in order to cast the perception that internal staff is not in a position to tamper with things, it may be time to reconsider that practice.

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October 3, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Starting an electionCommunication is not about being verbose, it’s about being clear, and being clear on web pages often means using fewer words, not more.

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September 5, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Stop Wasting Time

Self administering your election is not only less expensive than hiring a 3rd party to set up and manage every aspect of the election for you, but also results in considerable time savings when you’re able to preview edits in real time.

 

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August 1, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Community BrandsElectionsOnline has further solidified its position in the market as the leading provider of integrated election solutions for the association market with a partnership with Community Brands—the company that owns Abila, Aptify, YourMembership and NimbleUser.

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July 3, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Hidden candidate namesConsider an election manager that favors one candidate over another. This manager views live election results; sees that their favored candidate is trailing; informs them so they know to campaign harder. ElectionsOnline prevents this by hiding candidate names on the result  until the election closes.

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June 6, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Higher LogicOnline communities can be a great way to increase awareness of, and participation in, your next election. Higher Logic’s integration with ElectionsOnline makes it an especially useful tool for driving increased voter participation.

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May 2, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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7 Reasons to Buy Not BuildAttempting to build a technology solution using in-house talent rather than outsourcing usually doesn’t have a happy ending. Here are 7 reasons to shop the market before making the decision to undertake an in-house custom build.

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April 4, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Best Day to Begin ElectionThe answer to which day of the week is best to begin an election is, it depends. And the things it depends on are things specific to your organization. Read on to learn what those things are; what you can do to become better informed about them; and how to pick the optimal start date.

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March 7, 2018 by David Simms , President , ElectionsOnline
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Filtering the Results ArchiveElection results have long been stored in an account’s archive, but the archive did not support the same filtering on voter demographics that the live results did. That has now changed.

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