Enhancing accessibility and community building with Scytl Online Voting

In scenarios where community engagement and election participation is waning, international experts attending AMTCO were privy to Dr. Nicole Goodman´s research and insights on the effects of Internet voting as a tool to improve participation, community resilience and sustainability. Evidence from across the globe illustrates how:

  • Online voting positively impacts accessibility which in turn can improve voter turnout by engaging those previously not participating in the electoral process.
  • Strategies crucial in the successful deployment of Internet voting models can enhance citizen engagement and outreach.
  • Online voting can help build civic participation and promote inclusion to foster a resilient and sustainable democratic culture in local communities.
  • In addition to helping enhance electoral accessibility and community building, solutions such as Scytl Online Voting help government organizations increase election process efficiency, transparency and security.
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