Survey & Ballot Systems to Present Webinar on E-Voting for Cooperative Elections

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Election experts advice on advantages, implementation steps, and considerations for cooperative e-voting and online elections.

E-Voting for Cooperative Elections Webinar
In this presentation, we aim to give cooperatives the information they need to be successful with online voting.

Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS), a leading provider of election services and secure Internet voting systems, announced that it will host a live webinar on Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at 10 a.m. CST. The online event, titled “E-Voting for Cooperative Elections” will feature SBS election experts explaining how e-voting methods can work for co-op voting efforts.

Ryan O’Connor, SBS’ cooperative election expert, and Tim Madsen, Marketing Manager at SBS, will give details on:

•How e-voting helps encourage participation and accessibility.
•The issues to consider before implementing an electronic election.
•Steps for setting up a cooperative online voting process.
•How other cooperatives have become successful with e-voting.

“E-Voting methods are quickly becoming popular with cooperatives across the country,” says O’Connor. “In this presentation, we aim to give cooperatives the information they need to be successful with online voting.”

For more information and to register, visit: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/769809142

About Survey & Ballot Systems
Since 1990, Survey & Ballot Systems has been providing customers with the tools and resources to conduct highly successful elections. The world’s top associations, cooperatives, and member organizations trust SBS to plan and manage their elections. SBS election services include traditional paper ballot elections, online voting software, 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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