Intelivote has executed more than 300 Municipal and School Board elections combined in Ontario, Nova Scotia and the UK since 2006. Having conducted electronic elections for the 2010 Ontario Municipal and School Board elections for 34 municipalities including the City of Markham, Intelivote is uniquely positioned as the experienced leader in eVoting service providers.
Many of Intelivote’s 2010 eVoting municipalities including the Town of Cobourg, have already rejoined Intelivote, supplying the Intelivote Internet and telephone voting platform to their electors this fall. The Town of Cobourg first introduced electronic voting in 2006 using Intelivote's Internet and telephone voting capabilities integrated with their traditional paper polling stations. Cobourg's aim was to improve the voter turnout overall and, through an effective education campaign, raise awareness of the benefits of electronic voting for electors. The eVoting solution was so successful, paper polls were eliminated in 2010, effectively increasing cost savings. Lorraine Brace is eager to work with Intelivote once again for the 2014 Municipal and School Board elections solidifying the partnership for a third eVote Election experience.
Further to the 13 municipalities already contracted, Intelivote will also be supplying Internet and telephone eVoting services for the 2014 Ontario Municipal and School Board elections for:
The Town of Cobourg, the Town of Mississippi Mills, the Township of Montague, the Town of Parry Sound, the Town of Perth, the Municipality of Shuniah, the Township of South Frontenac, and Tay Valley Township.