Community Advocacy Network and Vote HOA Now Announce Partnership

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The Community Advocacy Network has formed a partnership with Vote HOA Now to work together for the betterment of communities throughout Florida.

Florida allows associations to elect directors and pass amendments electronically. Vote HOA Now is an online voting system for Homeowner Associations (HOA) and Condominium Owner Associations (COA) that has been providing e-voting services to states such as Virginia, South Carolina, Texas, Oregon, and Arizona since 2007. CAN has partnered with Vote HOA Now so our CAN Network can take advantage of this exciting technology.

“Voting electronically is a great way to increase member participation,” said Alan Garfinkel, CAN Chairman. “This type of voting is convenient for members to vote on association matters without having to be present.”

Electronic voting maximizes homeowner participation in the following ways:
Easy and efficient — takes less than a minute to vote.
Convenient — people can vote online when it suits them- there's no ballot to mail or meeting to attend.
Higher response rates — email reminders and online convenience boost participation for busy home owners.

Voting online saves money:
No supply costs — no paper ballots, no postage and no printing.
No equipment — 100% hosted and electronic.
Automated — no time or resources needed for manual hand counts.
Cost-effective — conduct multiple elections annually without added expense.
Electronic voting is private and secure:
Private — homeowner privacy enhanced when voting online.
Secure — no unsecured paper ballots.
Authentication — each voter's Internet address and when they vote is recorded.

Vote HOA Now is an online voting solution that takes the time, cost and hassle out of conducting home owners association elections. Developed working with various HOA and COA boards and management companies, Vote HOA Now was designed from the ground up to address the unique voting requirements of home owners associations. It's simple, affordable and secure online election management, electronic balloting, online voting and tabulation tools free HOA's from the time-consuming and expensive task of managing HOA elections, enabling them to concentrate on important day-to-day operations and critical projects.

To learn more on how your COA or HOA elections can be more painless electronically, visit us at Be sure and mention you’re a CAN member for a 10% discount.


About the Community Advocacy Network:

The Community Advocacy Network (CAN) is Florida’s leading voice for the interests of 60,000 community associations. CAN helps to lead the fight against over-regulation of private residential communities by state and local governments. Each year since its inception in 2007, CAN spearheads important State legislative reforms designed to protect and enhance Florida Community association living. CAN continues to foster financial stability and operational integrity to all common-interest ownership communities statewide. CAN was established by the Community Association Law Firm Katzman Garfinkel. For additional information please contact info(at)CANFL(dot)COM. Please note, CAN is a non partisan organization and does not endorse a particular party or candidate.

About Katzman Garfinkel:

Katzman Garfinkel is a statewide Florida Law Firm devoted to all aspects of community association representation. Named “Top Choice” Community Association Law Firm by the readers of the Florida Community Association Journal, Katzman Garfinkel has offices strategically located throughout the State of Florida to serve your community’s individual needs and goals. Our Firm offers residents living in every type of community association comprehensive services, including general corporate representation, litigation, covenant enforcement and delinquent account collection. In addition, we offer property insurance claim recovery and construction defect representation on a full contingency basis. Katzman Garfinkel is the 1st and only Law Firm in Florida to offer community associations the option to pursue their delinquent account collections without any costs or fees charged to the association. For more information, please visit: or contact us today toll free @ 800-393-1529.

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