December Hustle & Bustle – Shows, Recounts, & Sales!
Like much of 2013, the month of December has been a whirlwind! Two weeks ago, we were balancing the winter election conference in our home state of North Carolina and the highly publicized Attorney General's race recount for our many equipment
Memorial Day 2013: Friends, Family, & the Fallen
Often times, we mark Memorial Day as the unofficial start to the summer. Most of us swarm the nearest swimming hole; whether it’s a beach, river, or lake. Gas prices rise conveniently for the travelers, and the necessary staples for
Nassau County, New York used a website video to educate their electorate about using electronic voting machines, specifically the ES&S DS200. The short video entitled “Gone with the Levers” gives a brief history lesson with a Teddy Roosevelt stand in
Printelect Helps Disability Rights NC Celebrate 5 Years!
Printelect Helps Disability Rights NC Celebrate 5 Years! Printelect was on hand to help celebrate the fifth birthday of Disability Rights NC, a North Carolina nonprofit organization that provides advocacy and legal services to individuals with disabilities, free of charge.
The National Conference of State Legislatures is a bipartisan organization founded to: Improve the quality and effectiveness of state legislatures; Promote policy innovation and communication among state legislatures; Ensure state legislatures a strong, cohesive voice in the federal system. The June
Game 4 of the NBA finals was a loss for the Oklahoma Thunder Tuesday night. The Miami Heat took the match 104-98 and grabbed a 3-1 series lead. Optimistic OK fans and voters are concerned that the upcoming primary election
The Mahoning County Board of Elections in Ohio has just replaced their election bags after 58 years. They had been using Korean War Army surplus satchels to carry election supplies to the precincts. The ticket for the 275 new bags
The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) is funding The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) Accessible Voting Technology Initiative (AVTI) to make voting processes and technology more accessible. In March they announced the winners of their Open Innovation Challenge with
Stickers Create Positive Peer Pressure
It may be reminiscent of a gold star from grade-school, but the “I Voted” sticker is a point of pride for voters. Even before election day, many municipalities are rewarding newly registered voters with “I Registered to Vote” stickers get
Angela Carella: Voters want I Voted Today stickers
Two things were missing in Tuesday's municipal election. The first was voters -- only 25 percent showed up in Stamford. The second, less important but no less noticeable, apparently -- was "I Voted Today" stickers. Poll workers were asked about them throughout Election Day, said Susan Darer,