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Seekonk, MA Town Meeting Utilizes Meridia Electronic Voting System For The First Time

The town of Seekonk, MA implemented electronic voting systems for the first time during their November 8th fall town meeting, allowing them to vote, tabulate, and record the results of their Warrant articles and amendments quickly, accurately, and efficiently.

TownVOTE Electronic Voting System Helps Westwood Approve Their New School Project

Holding a large outdoor voting session can be complicated event, but not for the town of Westwood, MA. By implementing Meridia’s TownVOTE electronic voting system into their most recent special town meeting, they made it accurate, secure, and fast to register over 1,000 votes in a contentious vote to approve borrowing of $84,610,386 for a new school.

30 Massachusetts Towns Use TownVOTE at their Town and Council Meetings

Meridia Interactive Solutions announced at a Massachusetts Town Clerks Association Convention a new milestone of 30 municipalities that use the TownVOTE Electronic Voting System.

Removing Barriers to Accessibility for Color Blind Voters

TownVOTE software operates through visual mediums such as projector screens and smartphone displays, so it’s crucial that every piece of information is able to be easily read and interpreted by everyone in your audience, including those with auditory disabilities like color blindness. TownVOTE voting grid has been redesigned to include instantly recognizable indicators of how each person voted in the new High Contrast mode.

ARS in Police Training: Striving for Administrative Excellence

Accountability, accuracy, and attention to detail are all components that make up a great police training program. With the use of audience response clickers and software, trainers can increase interactivity during sessions while monitoring performance in real-time with automatic recordkeeping.

ARS Keypads Keep Focus Groups Focused

Focus group research can be a blessing and a curse for both the companies that seek the insights and for those who conduct the research. The findings can mean the difference between product launch success and failure, so it’s crucial to put the right questions to the right people and to capture unbiased answers—and that’s often harder than it sounds.

Public vs. Anonymous Voting – Which is Right for You?

The choice between holding a public or anonymous voting session can have a great impact on your participants’ voting experience as well as the overall outcome.   

VA Farm Bureau Grows Itself a Better Meeting Voting System

VA Farm Bureau had their online/virtual meeting all planned out when their requirements changed and suddenly, they had to connect multiple different locations in a way that they can all vote remotely, and yet, as if they were all sitting in the same room.

Simplifying a Massive Outdoor Voting Session for the NH House of Representatives

The New Hampshire House of Representatives’ 2021 meeting was hardly a conventional one. In an effort to reduce person-to-person contact, representatives opted for a drive-in outdoor voting session from the comfort of their own cars.

Stow is a Go on Multi Room Voting

Town of Stow, MA was facing a unique challenge for their town meeting – how to seat their residents indoor and outdoor and still receive all the votes just as if they were all sitting in the same room.
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