Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 04, 2013
Votenet Solutions, the leading provider of online voting and balloting software, announced the launch of the company’s new Super Tuesday Webinar Series - a series of brief, information packed sessions targeted to the needs of busy voting and election administrators.
“Election and voting administrators wear many hats in their organization and may not have time for an hour long webinar,” said Votenet CEO Michael Tuteur. “Our Super Tuesday webinars are crafted to be consumed in small chunks and deliver the maximum insight and impact these busy managers need to successfully run elections and voting campaigns.”
The Super Tuesday Webinars are being held in the month of October as part of the company’s Votenet Genome Project, a big data analysis project that is studying voting behavior to help organizations improve voter engagement and strengthen Get Out the Vote (GOTV) strategies.
These quick hitting webinars will cover a range of topics including:
The first webinar of the series will be “Facebook and Your Voter Mobilization Strategy” on Tuesday, October 8 at 2:30 PM EDT featuring Dr. Melissa R Michelson from Menlo College. Dr. Michelson will discuss how increasing social pressure through online communities such as Facebook drives voter engagement and increases voter turn-out.
To participate in the Super Tuesday Webinar, register online.
To learn more about upcoming Super Tuesday webinars, visit http://www.votenet.com.
About Votenet Solutions, Inc.
Founded in 2001 Votenet™ Solutions, Inc. is dedicated to its mission of giving everyone a voice and helping everyone make decisions. It is the trusted provider of secure, 360-degree do-it-yourself voting and balloting management software, outsourced voting and election management solutions and customized online voting solutions. Every day, Votenet helps the world's most recognized organizations, communities, and companies collaborate with stakeholders to elect new leaders, make important decisions, and set new policies. It is headquartered in Washington, DC and serves more than 2,000 customers.