With the holidays right around the corner, you’ll want to be sure that your voter’s focus remains on your ballot. Even though it’s not common, some organizations still run important votes at the end of the year. While this is good practice to prepare for next year’s initiatives, it also means that less people are in the office – which results in lower turnout. And as an election manager, you know that high turnout and meeting voting criteria is crucial.
eBallot is proud to announce that it will once again be partnering with Seattle Sounders FC for their upcoming General Managers retention vote, opening on September 19.
Day after day, news outlets and stock market experts tout that for the first time, Millennial homebuyers are entering the market in large numbers. This is undoubtedly great news for younger adults who have been saddled with large amounts of student debt and rising rents, and even greater news for communities and neighborhoods that had yet to rebound fully from the 2007 housing crisis.
Student government elections hold a special place in the educational experience of many young people, starting from their first attempts at class leadership roles in the primary school age, and ranging up to the campus-wide governance at the high school and collegiate levels.
With the growth of many consumers preferring to shop locally for daily necessities, the recent rise in community-owned grocery stores, retail shops, credit unions and other key local business is an added benefit to the influx of revitalization in most urban and rural pockets of the country.
Whether you’re working with an awards review committee or you have the solo responsibility of planning an upcoming competition or awards ceremony, you’ll be tasked with narrowing down the list of possible nominees.
So, you’ve chosen your ideal voting method, you’ve carefully set up your ballot, and now all you have to do is wait until your election starts, right?
A steering committee can help your school board zero in on the key policy issues that parents and constituents are voting for.
When it comes to a successful board election, your selection process matters just as much as the outcome of the election itself.
Running a successful business requires entrepreneurs to constantly reconsider their priorities, think quickly at the drop of a hat, and be able to anticipate problems and solutions before they become a nuisance.