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The Best Classroom Tech - According to Teachers

Posted by Sarah Diamond on May 7, 2019

According to an ed tech survey conducted by The Journal, teachers indicated that technology has had a positive impact on education. Interestingly enough, not one of the teachers surveyed said that educational technology had a negative impact on their classroom.

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Topics: K-12, Student Voting, Online Voting, Voting, Essential

The Do's and Dont's of Association Elections

Posted by Sarah Diamond on Apr 30, 2019

Successful elections rely on careful planning and flawless implementation. Not only must the election administrator set up the ballot correctly and manage voter expectations, they must find new ways of encouraging buy-in from their organization. When it comes to association elections, agreeing on a new policy or electing your next board member may be your clear end goal, however, getting there isn’t always so simple.

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Topics: Election Tips, Board of Governors, Online Voting, Associations, HOA, Business

Political Parties Should Go Online to Improve Voter Participation

Posted by Sarah Diamond on Jun 28, 2018

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We work with many local and state government agencies to ensure their voting events go smoothly. The most important aspect of setting up an election for these groups is to have the right tools in place to guarantee voter participation.

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Topics: Election Tips, Online Voting, Leadership

These States Allow Online Voting for Citizens, Is Your State One of Them?

Posted by Mia Logan on May 24, 2018

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Voting in the United States is a topic that comes around every two to four years, and each time, our elected officials typically spend a bulk of their time in between elections trying to entice Americans to get out and vote.

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Topics: Online Voting

Are You Voting "No" to Paper Ballots?

Posted by Sarah Diamond on Feb 15, 2018

 

The pros and cons of paper voting vs voting software

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Topics: Online Voting

Raising Competitive College Rankings with Trustee Voting

Posted by Katie McCaskey on Nov 28, 2017

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“To elicit the broadest possible participation, alumni trustee elections have been conducted online since 2010.”  -- Stacey J. Mobley, Esq., Chairman, Howard University Board of Trustees
Howard University

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Topics: Online Voting, Universities

Hospital Associations and the Healthy Habit of Voting

Posted by Katie McCaskey on Nov 14, 2017

Online Voting Helps Hospital Administration Elections

Hospital boards and associations vote on regular basis to keep their constituents healthy.

 

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Topics: Online Voting, Healthcare

Pizza or Bowling? Vote on the K-12 Events That Matter Most to Your School District

Posted by Katie McCaskey on Nov 3, 2017

If you have a child in school, you know the large number of events are scheduled throughout the year.

Fundraisers gain particular attention because of what they say about the school district’s fiscal health.

It is all but inevitable that fundraising event discussions also touch on, or reveal, a community’s values. This is a good thing.

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Topics: K-12, Online Voting

Employee Recognition is A $46B Market Found in 2% of Company Spending

Posted by Katie McCaskey on Oct 31, 2017

Nobody still gets a gold watch at retirement, do they?

Spoiler: trick question.

The question is not about watches, or about retirement. Both concepts continue to evolve. Smart watches and early retirees? No watches and no retirement? It depends.

One thing that hasn’t changed when it comes to employees and their employers: the pitiful amount invested in employee recognition. In fact, total spent averages just 1-2% of corporate expenditures, according to Josh Bersin at Forbes. 

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Topics: Online Voting, Employee of the Month

A Vote for Corruption, Bureaucracy...or the Board of Governors?

Posted by Katie McCaskey on Oct 27, 2017

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“Two candidates castigate the bar for a variety of complaints, including perceived corruption, bloated bureaucracy and alleged misbehavior of bench officers.”

This juicy description describes a 2010 State Board of California election in the periodical, The California Bar Journal. The article goes on to briefly outline the fourteen candidates and their districts.

What’s notable is how the article opens. The 2010 election was a hybrid election:

“for the first time [the California Bar Association] permits voters to cast ballots electronically or with a traditional mail-in ballot.” (emphasis added)

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Topics: Law Firm, Board of Governors, Online Voting

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