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Online Election Resources and Tips

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Tips Sheet

Election Preparation Tips

Administering an online election can be a daunting task if it is your first time. To help you achieve a successful election, these tips provide a foundation to create the proper voter registration, easy election voting, and fast, verifiable results.

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Tips Sheet

Election Cost & Budget Planning

Many organizations are funded by members, and those dollars are hard to come by. It’s the duty of every organization to manage any costs associated with an election as carefully as possible. Learn more about how to budget for your polling.

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Tips Sheet

Voting Legalities & Rules

If your organization is incorporated or registered, election requirements may be mandated. If these aren't followed, your election may be invalidated and your board or executive are accountable. So review the sheet for election legal considerations.

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Tips Sheet

Election Management Tips

Managing an election can be a daunting task if it is your first time. A smooth vote is directly proportional to your level of preparedness. The following tips can help you prepare for your upcoming vote.

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Tips Sheet

Roberts Rules for Meetings

Keep your meeting moving by formalizing your meeting procedures. Review tips on document hierarchies and managing your electoral agenda using Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised. 

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Case Studies

Onsite Voting - Asian Games

Understand key criteria for setting up voting booths for 12,000 voters over 16 days. Details include voting kiosks, using QR codes, representative voting, managing voting lists and much more,

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Case Studies

Hybrid Meeting Vote - GCSA

Learn from a 3,000 attendee vote, 25% who attended remotely and how to plan and prepare for a hybrid vote occurring around the world. Identify key voting metrics a, preparation tactics and other strategies.

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Case Studies

High Integrity Voting - MNA

Learn how we enhanced the credentialing rates from 69% to 84% and allowed 90% of participants to vote in under a minute, reducing meeting durations by 25%.

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E-book

Comprehensive eGuide To Easy Elections and Polling

Administering an election is a daunting task if it's your first time. The eGuide will help you simplify the process by sharing a comprehensive collection of checklists, points, tips, and hints to help you complete your election effectively and efficiently. From voter budgets to voting results, this guide provides information for all steps.

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Comprehensive eGuide To Marvelous Meetings

Managing meetings requires careful preparation and planning. This eGuide has a number of key ideas, hints, tips, plans and checklists along with Robert's Rules summaries to help you manage your first meeting right the first time. From cost planning to meeting debrief, for virtual meetings or onsite meetings, this guide will help!

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The Official ElectionBuddy Blog

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July 10, 2024

What Is a Voting Quorum?

Voting quorums are used to support credible, trusted voting outcomes. They are rules that stipulate the minimum number of board, committee, or association members who must participate in a vote for the result to be valid. Quorums are used in varied meeting elections, including votes on nominations, motions, and proposals within non-profit organizations, directorship boards, […]

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July 10, 2024

Reaching Quorum

Establishing a quorum during a meeting, voting process, or board election means that the chairperson has verified that there are sufficient participants for the results of their votes to be upheld. If the quorum cannot be met, a meeting may need to be adjourned or a vote postponed because an association or group may be […]

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July 10, 2024

How Does Voting Work if You Have a Quorum?

Many organizations, companies, and groups require a quorum for a vote to be valid; this is the minimum number of attendees or committee members who must participate. The chairperson must establish whether a quorum has been reached before voting and record this information in the minutes or notes. The primary reason a quorum exists is […]

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Complimentary Election and Voter Management Resources

Elections require extensive planning, management, oversight, and implementation, so we provide a bank of free resources to ensure you get the best results from our innovative digital election software suites. These resources can help with everything from voter registration and polling to tallying the votes and sharing the results.
The above information and tip sheets are a great way to tick off tasks, project manage your voting processes from end to end, and ensure you have the correct systems in place to finalize outcomes, share them with your voter audience, and adhere to your organizational governance rules.
You'll find further voting resources and guidance through our official ElectionBuddy blog, where we publish regular guides and informative articles to help with your election preparation, including advice on how to boost voter participation and evidence credibility and transparency.

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