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First day of early voting draws a crowd: Number of voters exceeds expectations

BY IN Company News On October 28, 2014

Local – The Shelby Star Read Article Here SHELBY – A line of people stood outside the Cleveland County Board of Elections around lunchtime on the opening day of early voting, each waiting for a turn to fill out a ballot and cast a vote. The line extended to the sidewalk next to East Graham [...]

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Microsoft Case Study: Microsoft Surface – Democracy Live

BY IN Company News On August 6, 2014

Article: http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?CaseStudyID=710000004479 Tablet PC Solution Helps Make Elections Easier and More Accessible As part of its mission to revolutionize the voting process, Democracy Live has used its expertise in election administration and voting technology to pioneer new balloting solutions that have made it simpler for citizens with disabilities and those living abroad to participate in the [...]

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San Mateo Times: Democracy Live thinking outside the ballot box for CA counties

BY IN Company News On November 6, 2013

Thinking Outside The Ballot Box San Mateo Article: Read Article November 06, 2012, 05:00 AM By Michelle Durand Daily Journal Staff Consider it thinking outside the box — the ballot box, that is.San Mateo County is among several California counties trying out technology that lets more than 3,000 voters in dozens of countries access their [...]

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Virginia test of tablet-based balloting with Microsoft and Democracy Live

BY IN Company News On November 6, 2012

article: http://www.geekwire.com/2012/microsoft-surface-tested-balloting-device-virginia/ Here’s an interesting milestone for Microsoft Surface: One of the tablets is being tested in Virginia this week as a balloting device for state and national elections there. The test is being conducted by Democracy Live, a company based in Issaquah, Wash., that works with Virginia and other states to deliver electronic ballots [...]

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CNET: Democracy Live teams with Microsoft to launch Tablet balloting

BY IN Company News On November 6, 2012

Microsoft’s Surface tablet is now a voting machine in Virginia. article: http://news.cnet.com/8301-10805_3-57545760-75/microsofts-surface-a-balloting-device-in-one-precinct-in-virginia/ Democracy Live, a company based in Washington, works with several states to offer electronic ballots through its software, LiveBallot. According to GeekWire, which spoke with Democracy Live CEO Bryan Finney, a single Surface tablet is being used in a precinct in Charlottesville, Va., [...]

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Interactive, Multimedia Ballot Now Available to All 200 Million Voters in the United States

BY IN Company News On November 1, 2012

LiveBallot.com, a free, nationwide eBalloting tool for voters, is now available to research the candidates and issues that will appear on a voter’s specific ballot. Any voter in the country can now access a wealth of information and make informed decisions before they cast their ballot. LiveBallot.com is powered by Democracy Live, the nation’s leading eBalloting [...]

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AOL News: Democracy Live Enfranchise Overseas Voters With Help From The Cloud

BY IN Company News On February 12, 2012

There are few aspects of modern life that haven’t been touched by information technology. One of them is the voting process for U.S. overseas military personnel. For the most part, it’s still done by snail mail. A soldier abroad receives a ballot by mail, marks it manually and returns it by mail. “We’ve been doing [...]

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Mashable.com: Democracy Live is Leader in eBalloting

BY IN Company News On February 1, 2012

The 2012 Republican primary‘s first vote was not cast in New Hampshire, as most Americans would assume. An Okaloosa County, Fla., resident living in Thailand got that privilege in December, thanks to a new technology called LiveBallot. LiveBallot, a new platform for accessing ballots built on the Windows Azure operating system, allows American citizens living [...]

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CivSource: Microsoft and Democracy Live Team to Help Voters

BY IN Company News On January 30, 2012

The US Department of Defense (DoD) is giving statesfunds to support the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment (MOVE) Act. The act builds on existing voting rights for individuals in the military or American citizens living abroad, by ensuring that they are still allowed to vote in their local US elections and have those votes counted. [...]

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Yahoo News: LiveBallot Delivering eBallots to Voters Around the World

BY IN Company News On January 24, 2012

The Florida 2012 Republican Primary is scheduled for Jan. 31, but Florida residents living and working overseas have had access to ballots since December via an online Web portal in the cloud. To date, more than 1,200 Florida residents from 40 counties have used Democracy Live’s LiveBallot to get immediate access to their ballots. They have [...]

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