Tag: voters

Voters With Disabilities Can Vote Easier With Online Voting

Voters With Disabilities Can Vote Easier With Online Voting

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. Say there isn’t… Read more »

Getting Voters To Commit With A “Pledge To Vote” Plan

Getting Voters To Commit With A “Pledge To Vote” Plan

Electoral candidates have used a “pledge to vote” tactic in order to get voters to commit to voting. In years past, pledges have been made when candidates walked door to door with clipboard and pamphlet in hand. They also assigned members to contact voters via telephone. The purpose of the above was to get voters… Read more »

Voters Report Issues as New Rules Go Into Effect

Voters Report Issues as New Rules Go Into Effect

As your right as an American, all you want to do is go out and vote. But with recent changes in legislation and rules for voting, it seems that voters in certain states are struggling to do just that, vote. Voters in Georgia weren’t even sure that if their registrations had been processed, Texas voters… Read more »

Getting Your Message Out There: How to Persuade Voters

If you think back on all of the debates you have had with people, were there any that you were successful at? In order to persuade people (voters) to take your side in important issues, there is a flexible recipe for success. You’ll need to have a few pre-existing conditions and a couple of the… Read more »

How To Increase Voter Turnout

One thing that is surprisingly very easy to forget when you are planning a poll is the fact that you need as many voters as possible in order to make the election or the ballot successful! It’s easy to get caught up in other logistics – such as where you will hold the event, who… Read more »