"The efficiencies realized by Clear Ballot's digital adjudication process are perfect for our vote by mail system," noted Jackson County Clerk Christine Walker. "Our ability to reduce or eliminate manual processes will result in significant cost savings for the County such that it will pay for itself in a few election cycles."
Clear Ballot uses commercially available hardware paired with modern software to provide a more affordable and scalable solution to all counties. Since the initial ClearVote certification, enhancements have continually been rolled out based on innovations and feedback from customers leading to multiple new versions being certified and implemented in Oregon.
"Clear Ballot is very pleased to have Jackson County on board," said CEO Larry Moore. "Their decision to return their once-used, proprietary tabulation devices to the manufacturer reinforces the direction Clear Ballot has pioneered toward voting systems that employ general-purpose, high-performance, fully redundant hardware."
About Clear Ballot:
Clear Ballot is an emerging leader in election management innovation. Clear Ballot has introduced modern software solutions with the speed, accuracy and transparency that has been lacking in the industry. Designed for low cost and ease-of-use, Clear Ballot's browser-based software, used with commercially available scanning hardware, scales to election jurisdictions of all sizes, responding directly to the budgetary realities of America's counties and municipalities. For more information about Clear Ballot, please visit: www.clearballot.com.
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