Many private organizations have welcomed the shift to digital voting systems—especially when online voting boasts many advantages, including accessibility, ease of use, security, reduced costs, accuracy, and increased turnout. For organizations looking to use online voting, it’s important to understand not every service offers all the necessary features to carry out a secure and reliable contest. Carefully review your options when choosing a voting management service and ensure they provide these top features:
The board of directors in any organization is an incredibly important role because its decisions can impact thousands of members.
What’s often forgotten in the build-up to a member-based organization’s election is that the act of casting a ballot is only a small, albeit significant, part of the process.
With nearly 74 million people residing in homeowners associations (HOAs) across the United States, annual elections play an important role in the vibrancy of these communities.
Between administering benefits, approving budgets, providing oversight, along with myriad other tasks, retirement system trustees play a vital role in retirees accessing coveted benefits.
YesElections' own Michael Caputo co-authored an article for the American Society of Association Executives’ site outlining the benefits of working directly with an election management agency.
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) took hold in the spring, regular citizens, business owners, and organizations expressed concern about the impact the pandemic would have on mail distribution in the United States.
In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018 ruled that public labor unions could not compel nonmembers from paying agency fees.
The goal of any voting association is to not only increase turnout year after year but to generate consistent engagement among members.
Online elections are the most affordable method of voting, making it the most attractive option for unions across the United States. However, federal regulations remain vague on the matter, leaving open the question of whether or not online voting meets the correct legal standard.