Election Insights

Build a strong security framework with multiple, independent and redundant layers of protection and readiness.

In a time of low turnout for young voters, Yolo County’s Youth Empowerment Summit (YES!) encourages high school students to say YES!

Today, rapidly changing technology and cyber threats – not to mention the constant chatter on social media – have impacted voter confidence to an unprecedented extent.

Denton County Commissioners mandated a switch to 100 percent paper ballots – and the race was on to make the transition.

Student service programs can provide high-impact help with critical tasks, improve voter satisfaction, and give young people the chance to experience elections first hand.

The process of selecting a new voting system can be intimidating. The five tips in this paper serve as a starting point so you can proceed with confidence.

In the elections arena, major changes have far-reaching effects. With these strategies, resources and tips, election leaders can successfully steer the course.

Super heroes on the mock election ballot? Absentee voting on Saturdays? Vote Centers on wheels? Yes. Yes. Yes.

Purchasing a new voting system may feel like a journey into the unknown. Information overload and the routes suggested by multiple influencers, can make it hard to move forward.

Many election leaders face the unfunded necessity of buying new voting systems. A holistic look at cost helps decision makers get the most value for dollars invested.