With the recent coronavirus outbreak, many state and local officials are wondering what they should about their elections. From condos to labor unions, many organizations are struggling on how they should continue holding their elections while also protecting their constituents. Here at Honest Ballot, we can provide you with two options that will allow you to continue on with your election in a post-coronavirus world: online voting and telephone voting. Read on to learn more.
Perhaps the easiest way to hold an election during the coronavirus outbreak is through online voting. At Honest Ballot, our voting system software can be used on laptops, tablets, and even smartphones, allowing users to vote no matter where they are. We also use a variety of protective measures including firewalls, secure logins, and counting algorithms to ensure that the voting process is secure and not susceptible to fraud.
In addition to online voting, we also provide telephone voting which can be used on its own or in conjunction with internet and/or paper voting. Unlike online voting, telephone voting doesn’t require a computer or internet connection to vote. Instead, voters can call a toll-free or local number in which they enter specific credentials in order to vote. They will then be given a series of questions to answer and, once finished, their “ballot” is encrypted and stored anonymously.
At Honest Ballot, we want to make sure that every American remains safe while voting this year. Our online and telephone voting systems will help to protect constituents during this outbreak while also allowing them to exercise their fundamental right to vote. To learn more, contact us today online or by phone at 1-800-541-1851.