E-Mail Election Free Download
Shareware: You can try this program, but this version has some limited features or time usage restrictions. You should purchase it in order to remove those limits.
Setup your own election for Town Mayor, Class President, Cheerleader, PTA Chairperson, Tribal Council, Church Council Candidates, Astronomy Club Leader, or any kind of election you like.
Begin by signing up for your free e-mail election account and establishing a login name and password. Next, go to the build page and begin building your voter's ballot with as many voting measures and/or candidates as you like. Then submit a list of your voters' private e-mail addresses along with the date you have scheduled for voting and a one time fee, if required, and that's it. The e-mail addresses you submit will be held in the strictness of secrecy and will only be used for your special election. On or prior to the date of the election, depending on how you've set it up, an e-mail you've composed will be sent out to each person on your e-mail address list. Each e-mail will contain a special web link specifically for them. When the voter clicks on this web link the voter's ballot will be displayed. The voter will then complete their ballot and click on the ballot submission button when finished.
After the vote has been cast the voter may again click on their web link to view a special menu of post voting choices. The first menu choice allows a voter to see the incoming voting results as the votes are counted. All vote counting is done automatically at the instant when each vote is cast so every voter can see the election results at the same time by simply displaying this web site during the election. The second menu choice allows a voter to pull up their own ballot to verify how they voted. The third and final menu choice allows any voter to pull up all the finished ballots one at a time and count the ballots if needed. It is also possible to print a copy of each finished ballot to establish a paper trail of the election. Remember that ballots pulled up will contain no personal information so each voter's choices will always remain confidential.
Pentium CPU, Windows 95, 32 Mb Ram, 16-bit color resolution