New Article Offers Associations Insights on Increasing Election Participation

Survey & Ballot Systems publishes ‘The Science of Getting Your Members to Vote’ an article highlighting five strategies to encourage voter participation in association elections.

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Now is a great time for associations, cooperatives, unions, and other private organizations to take advantage of newly developed data-driven techniques and use them to increase voter turnout.

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) October 30, 2012

Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) announces the release of 'The Science of Getting Your Members to Vote,' an article on how private organizations can leverage promotion techniques used in today’s public elections for their own voting efforts.

The article, inspired by Sasha Issenberg’s recent column '5 Ways to Hack Voters’ Brains' outlines five different ways member organizations can inspire their constituents to participate in the election process. The article is authored by Peter Westerhaus, Vice President at SBS.

“The act of voting has changed dramatically in the past ten years for member organizations,” states Westerhaus. “Now is a great time for associations, cooperatives, unions, and other private organizations to take advantage of newly developed, data-driven techniques and use them to increase voter turnout.”

The 'Science of Getting Your Members to Vote' is available at The Election Experts, a blog dedicated to successful online voting, elections, and surveys for member-based organizations: http://www.surveyandballotsystems.com/the-science-of-getting-your-members-to-vote/

About Survey & Ballot Systems
Since 1990, SBS has been providing customers with the tools and resources to conduct highly successful elections. The world’s top associations, cooperatives, and member-based organizations trust SBS to plan and manage their elections. SBS election services include traditional paper ballot elections, online voting, telephone voting, and hybrid voting systems. If your organization could benefit from conducting the highest quality election available, with guaranteed and certified results, make sure to visit http://www.surveyandballotsystems.com for more information.


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