The Three Different Types of Voting Systems

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Different municipalities and organizations may have different types of voting systems. If you’re planning for a union vote or a school board vote, you may be wondering what the best voting system is. There really is no “best,” but different types do suit different organizations and populations better. Read on to learn more: First-Past-The-Post Voting… Read more »

The Benefits of Secure Online Voting

Secure Online Voting

The surge of the Internet when it was developed created a new revolution for people everywhere. Now with advanced technology, we can do virtually everything online from computer to tablet and smartphone. The Internet allows us to balance check books, pay bills, make appointments, order take-out, purchase groceries, obtain medical records, shop for occasions, keep… Read more »

How to Choose Your Political Party

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When you first register to vote, you will be asked to choose which political party you want to be affiliated with. Of course, we know most about the two major parties—Democrat and Republican—but there are also several other third parties to consider, as well. Plus, you can even be unaffiliated with a political party. But… Read more »

What to Know About Homeowner’s Association Voting

Homeowner’s Association Voting

When you’re a part of a homeowner’s association, you have to realize that you have a vote, which means you have a voice in what happens in your neighborhood. But what, exactly, does that look like? Read on to learn more: You will vote on a wide range of topics When you vote, that vote… Read more »

How Online Voting Can Help Voters with Disabilities

When you’re living with a disability, voting can become a very challenging task. In fact, thousands of polling places in the U.S. were not compliant with federal laws for disabled voters during the last election. Many voting areas are inaccessible and require the use of stairs and lack a ramp or elevator. The Benefits of… Read more »

Election Day Do’s and Don’ts

Election Day is almost here. As such, you’re likely gearing up to vote for your preferred candidates. However, voting isn’t always as simple as just walking into a voting booth. Here, we discuss what you should and shouldn’t do on Election Day: DO…double-check your polling place While there are multiple polling places in your area,… Read more »

How to Become A More Well-Rounded Leader

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The 24th Amendment gives us the right to vote. As an American right, citizens pay close attention to those who run for office, ensuring they are the best candidate to lead our nation into a bright future. Not all leaders are up to the task of running for office for the right reasons, however. As… Read more »

How to Conduct Company-Wide Surveys

Conducting Company-wide Surveys With Online Voting

Company-wide surveys are necessary for getting perspectives from work staff for implementing changes to the work place, policies, clients, etc. In order to maintain a positive work environment, surveys give employees a chance to discreetly express their opinions and vote on the issues that affect their job. Why Have Company-Wide Surveys? Even the largest and… Read more »