Election Trust Serves Up Texas-Sized Ballot in Sugar Land

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First Colony Community Association Goes Hybrid x 70

Given over 10,000 voters required more than seventy unique ballot styles with variable weighted values and a choice of two voting options - paper mail-in or online ballots - the 2011 annual election for First Colony Community Association (FCCA) was certainly a Texas-sized administrative challenge for Election Trust.

"And they met that challenge with flying colors," said FCCA Executive Director, Doug Earle. "Not only was the end-to-end Hybrid election process handled with great care and professionalism, our overall turnout was up 20% over last year.”

Mr. Earle concluded, "We look forward to working with Election Trust again in 2012."

Over the last decade Election Trust has emerged as a leading third party balloting authority for community groups ranging from home and property owner associations like FCCA to city-wide Los Angeles public housing governance corporations.

"Whether we are serving the private or public sector, our community group clients rely on us to conduct fair and impartial third party balloting," added John Bodin, Election Trust's Managing Partner. "This enables community administrators to focus on their management of the annual meeting…knowing election controversy will not be on the agenda.”

Mr. Bodin added, "We consider such administrative 'pain relief' as one of our value-adds!"

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