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Scytl Voter Education

Expand voter outreach through a custom web experience. Constituents can view sample ballots, and their precinct and polling location, and more.

Scytl Voter Education 2018-07-06T17:52:57+00:00

HOW ONLINE VOTER EDUCATION WORKS

Customize Your Design
Allow our experts to create a professional design specific to your needs.
Upload & Manage Your Data
Update and manage election, precinct, ballot info and more from one simple to use platform.
Preview Your Website
Ensure new content quality and webpages before you publish to the world.
Publish
Update your website content on the live site at the push of a button!

FEATURES

  • View sample ballots, confirm registration status, look-up precinct and polling location, and track ballot status
  • Optimized for desktop, tablet, and smartphones
  • Multi-language platform
  • 508 ADA Compliant
  • Integrates with voter registration database and legacy infrastructure
  • Scalable technology ensures coverage during critical periods
  • Non-technical staff can update content as easily as writing an email
Shasta County site in an iphone display voter registration, vote locations

BENEFITS

  • Increase public trust and transparency
  • Provide your constituents access to local election office information, regardless of location, language, or device
  • Empower constituents with disabilities with better access to local election information
  • Reduce the requests for information
  • Keep local election information up-to-date, on your schedule
  • Automate and streamline basic data entry and communication
Scytl Election Voter Education
Scytl Election Night Reporting
Increased public access to local election information

Combine Scytl Voter Education and Election Night Reporting for accurate and easy to update communication with constituents before, during, and after elections. Learn more about Election Night Reporting.

Scytl has provided Online Voter Education in the United States since 2001.

In the 2016 General Election, Scytl Voter Education provided U.S. voters with their voting information in counties in over 10 states, with more than 8 million registered voters.