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The Most Significant Things You Should Know About Electronic Voting For those of you who are in charge of managing election votes for any reason at all, electronic voting is something you should learn about. Voting has been in existence for ages, but until recently it had to be done primarily with paper and a pencil, which can be very cumbersome and cost a lot of money. Continue reading if you would like to learn how electronic voting can benefit you in a number of different ways. You could assume otherwise, but electronic ballots are a big money saver as opposed to the older way of paper ballots. Electronic voting does have an initial cost up front, but the savings for handling voting electronically outweighs the price of supplies needed for paper voting. Both paper and pencils may seem like really small expenditures, but when you have to buy a lot of them, the price can add up very quickly. Furthermore, if you plan to re-use pencils as soon as they become dull then you will need to invest in pencil sharpeners as well. Electronic ballots will not require the use of sharpeners, paper or writing utensils, so they are more affordable. Second, if you opt for electronic voting you will make it much easier for people to cast their votes on different matters. It is much simpler and quicker for people to submit their votes electronically because they can do so with a simple click of a button or by simply touching a screen. With paper ballots, voters must pencil in a bubble for every one of their answers, or to write their answers down. This can make the voting process much more time-consuming for voters who likely have very busy schedules already. The more simple you make the voting process, the more likely you will be to raise voter participation and make the voting process itself much more time-efficient. Electronic voting is less difficult to manage in the case of recording and tallying up votes. Paper ballot voting means that the votes have to be counted up in a thorough way, and sometimes they need to be counted a second time to be sure the count was correct. This can be particularly helpful if you need to present the votes to a committee soon after the voting period is completed. It can also help to remove the possibility of human error when counting votes and make your results much more trustworthy and accurate. Electronic voting is eco-friendly, and that is very important for present-day requirements to be kinder to the environment. A lot of people feel that it is very bad to be irresponsible with paper use, when there are other options available, and your voters may be more willing to participate when they learn that voting electronically is yet another way to go "green." You shouldn't have to spend time and money on storage space for supplies before or right after a voting session, if you go with electronic voting. Needing to keep track of where to store supplies and the space necessary are both time wasters. Electronic voting comes about with the help of software on a computer or server, and that is the only storage space you will need. If you keep all of the above benefits in mind, it is easy to see why electronic ballots are becoming much more preferred than paper ballots.

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