Meridia was called on by the NAACP to provide an electronic voting system for 3,500 delegates at their July 14-20th 2022 Annual Convention in Atlantic City, NJ. This year, in their first in-person meeting since 2019, for the first time in their 113-year history, NAACP chose to move away from voice and paper voting.
Towns like Stow, Raynham or Seekonk had to use multi-room voting to accommodate the need for social distancing when a single space couldn’t hold enough residents. The solution Meridia can provide covers two rooms with a single receiver, extending the reception range and enabling every vote to be counted.
The Michigan Farm Bureau was met with some unique challenges during their November 30th meeting. With pandemic restrictions in mind, a portion of voters needed a way to stay connected throughout the meeting remotely. By utilizing CloudVOTE software along with Zoom, the Bureau held a hybrid meeting where everyone felt like they were in the same room.