ElectionBuddy Increases Voter Turnout

Voter turnout can, at times, be a concern to organization due to busy schedules or voter apathy. ElectionBuddy helps you increase voter turnout for your vote by making it easy and convenient for your members to participate and cast their votes. ElectionBuddy can be used from a variety of devices, including a mobile phone, your members can vote anytime, from anywhere, whether they're at home, at work, at an event, or even in a different part of the world.

Sending Electronic Notices

You can send email and SMS notices to your voters, which can increase voter response to your vote by an average of 30-40%. This makes ElectionBuddy great for student elections or for organizations with a widely dispersed membership.

Sending Electronic Reminders

You can send reminders to voters who haven't voted in just a few easy steps. It's great for reaching your voters, but it's also quick and convenient for your administrator.

Using Paper Notice and Ballot Options

In addition to electronic notices, we offer the option to create and send printed notices. Sending both electronic and paper notices helps you reach two different groups of voters:

  • Voters who have access to technology and like the convenience of electronically
  • Voters who aren't comfortable with, or able to use, technology

Running Multi-Channel Votes

You can run a multi-channel vote using a variety of methods to send notice to your voters, which increases the chance of connecting with them and motivating them to vote. Whether your voters like doing things with email, or their mobile phone, or prefer holding a piece of paper in their hands, sending email, SMS, and paper notices increases the likelihood you'll be able to reach everyone in your organization. See: Notice Page - Overview

Quorum Voting

To assist organizations in maximizing voter participation, ElectionBuddy offers Quorum Voting. This allows voters to vote for quorum purposes only. Voters register their votes while abstaining from all choices on the ballot. See: Quorum Voting

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Apr 25, 2024