ElectionBuddy allows you to mail notices or send them via email or text message. Our services give you full visibility to the voting counts, or you can count and tally the ballots yourself so you can present the results with high integrity. Whether you are in California or Colorado or Kansas, run your elections and tally votes quickly with excellence.
ElectionBuddy has been specifically designed to ensure that all actions during elections are tracked with integrity, from setup to voter management to results. This allows your clients to trust the process while making it easy for you to certify the votes.
Whether it’s your first time or tenth time using ElectionBuddy, our services are fast to learn and use with little training required to run elections. Fast setup, fast answers to voter questions and fast results equates to an easily certifiable election.
Electronic voting combined with paper ballots, along with the ability to easily mail and remind from a central hub equates to easy setup for candidate elections, motion approvals or any kind of vote. And ballots can be delivered to your address for tallying, or to us, you choose! Whether you are holding association meetings or electing an industry director, votes can be submitted in-person or remotely.
Because you can access ElectionBuddy wherever your clients are using a computer or tablet to manage the vote, you can go where your voters want you to be and hold elections anywhere. It's convenient for you to certify counts and votes onsite, and also increases your clients trust in the process while adhering to statutes.
Voters choose the number of director candidates based on vacancies. Candidates with the most votes win.
The ElectionBuddy voting system can meet the most demanding client needs so you can feel confident that you can handle any type of vote, from candidates to motions, using absentee ballots or in-person meetings for any type of majority vote using a wide variety of voting systems.
An inspector of elections is an individual appointed by an organization to administer a vote and act as a judge on certain electoral special meetings. Inspectors are often specified by a director board or elected by an association’s members, but they can also be chosen through other methods. Inspectors can be used for anything from HOA elections to top executive elections.
Being an inspector of elections is a big responsibility, so it’s often entrusted to an unbiased member or a professional third party, like a registered volunteer poll worker or a notary public. There may be additional criteria depending on the association or the state; for example, in California, a licensee of the state’s Board of Accountancy may also be assigned to inspect elections.
Inspectors oversee the entire election process, from preparing the polls, to recording the votes and delivering the final results. Here’s a quick overview of the election services that an inspector of elections is expected to fulfill: