The ultimate challenge for any HOA official is to ensure that voting results are accurate. One of the biggest benefits of electronic voting with Vote HOA Now is the reporting tools. HOA officials can easily access election reports with detailed voting outcomes and voter activities. Electronic voting reports are available in a Quick View dashboard and through comprehensive reporting details that can be viewed online or downloaded to Excel or another database for in-depth analysis. Critical information and insights contained in election reports are easy to use and easy to understand, ensuring accuracy.
Electronic Voting Includes Real-time Election Updates
In the Quick View dashboard, you can easily access a snapshot of current election results. The snapshot is all you need for up-to-the-minute updates of election results. Votes by candidates, yes/no votes for issues, write-ins and number of quorum-only electronic votes are all available in the Quick View dashboard. Once your election begins, your election reports are automatically created for you. Voters can visit anytime during the election to register and vote, populating election reports. You can also dig deeper to learn more about voting trends with in-depth analytics.
Detailed Reporting Information Available with Electronic Voting
In addition to viewing electronic voting results in your Quick View dashboard, you can also download comprehensive results to your database or print out the results if needed. This in-depth reporting provides additional details HOA officials can use to analyze election results. The information in the electronic voting reports can be as detailed as you want it to be.
Your comprehensive electronic voting participation report includes resident names, email addresses, the time and date when they voted online, registration codes and IP addresses. In addition to the reporting tools, HOA officials can also search for residents by name and by email address and make modifications to their account information or remind them of the email address they registered with. There is also a choice for disabling accounts that are not allowed to vote for any reason.
Auditing is also available for election results. If there are concerns about fraudulent activity or duplicate votes, we’ll examine the electronic voting results and determine whether there is any unusual activity. Electronic voting is secure, eliminating the worries about physical vote tabulation or problems with machine voting. Experts recommend that all homeowners associations use an impartial third party to collect and report on elections, because it adds additional layers of security to the election process.