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 »

Why You Should Use an Online Voting System

Using An Online Voting System

For upcoming elections, polling sites can become a hectic atmosphere. With hundreds of people stopping in at various times of day, looking to cast their votes so they can continue about their day, you really need to install a smooth operation for running the booths. If you are finding it difficult to accommodate voters in… Read more »

How to Show Voters You Care

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Voters are the most crucial part of the voting process. Voters are supporters and supporters are the people who can be counted on. However, far too many candidates schmooze voters only until election day; after that, voters will never hear another word. While the election may be over, it’s still important to show voters you… Read more »

How to Use Email Campaigns for Voter Targeting

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Voter targeting or “microtargeting” is the use by which election campaigns and political parties’ use direct marketing and “data mining” techniques, which involves predictive market segmentation. Segmentation is the science of splitting up your target audience into groups based on various behaviors, demographics, interests and/or other characteristics. These concepts are widely used when trying to… Read more »

How to Get Young Americans to the Polls

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It’s no secret in the United States that one of the keys to winning any election is to get your key demographics out and voting. One demographic that is crucial to sway is the young voter. The 18-30 age bracket is a challenge that even the best political party candidates have issues getting to the… Read more »

How Do Members Vote in the House of Representatives?

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When we vote for candidates, we typically fill out a ballot and call it a day. However, if you’re a member of the House of Representatives, voting is a bit more complicated. There are actually five different ways you can vote in the House. Here, we detail each method: Voice Vote When a question is… Read more »

Ranked Voting: What Is It and Could It Work for You?

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When you voted for who you wanted to become president of the United States, your local representative and any other offices up for election in your area, you didn’t rank all of the candidates based on what order you would vote for them. However, there is some evidence that suggests that ranked voting could be… Read more »

Top 3 Reasons to Throw Election Parties


Persuading voters is much like trying to sell a product or service. You need to believe that you can help in a substantial way, and then have the confidence will follow through. Election parties are a great way to persuade voters who may be on the fence. After all, many people simply cast votes based… Read more »