A centralized voter registration repository that registers and stores state-wide voters.
Our ElectioNet suite’s Voter Registration solution is comprised of three distinct components: an administrative application used by local election officials to manage voter rolls and support election activities; a public website where voters can register to vote, check their registration status, and view their voter profile; and robust reporting, extracting, and analytical functions with routines necessary to support the entire election community.
SECURE VOTING, SUCCESSFUL ELECTIONS
Only election officials can appreciate all that is required to prepare, conduct, and manage secure and open elections. What may appear simple to voters requires careful and ongoing stewardship of voter rolls, extensive planning, and flawless execution leading up to and through Election Day to ensure the integrity of the election process.
With limited budgets and resources and an army of part-time volunteers, state and county election officials need comprehensive, high-performance software, failsafe systems, and expert support services to succeed. Voter Registration was created to achieve just that — by election officials, for election officials — providing a reliable solution that fully manages secure voting and successful elections.
In one, single location, voters are able to register, find their polling place, see who’s on their ballot, manage absentee ballots, and update their information electronically
Self-service features allow the public to go paperless
Standardize addresses per USPS NCOA; associate voter to address; assign districts and precincts via GIS, street file or point addresses; and maintain address, precinct, and district history indefinitely
Easily exchange data for voters moving from another state
Link scanned documents to voter records and maintain outgoing correspondence linked to voters
Interface with the Social Security Administration, Department of Health, Department of Corrections, and motor vehicle and driver’s license agencies via real-time calls and file transfers
Used to register nearly 25% of U.S. voters (which translates to low risk and long-term implementation success for future states)
Substantially reduced data errors through business rule enforcement and user guidance
Self-service features allow the public to go paperless, reducing the cost and inconvenience associated with traditional registration processes and costly support calls