Improved elections across America.
Better elections are out there. We’ve traveled the country to find out just how ES&S equipment is improving the election process for states, counties, election workers and voters. Their stories illustrate the true impact ES&S voting equipment can have on the voting experience and inspire us to keep doing what we do best – providing better elections, every day.
“Prepared in Mind and Resources”
— More Than a State Motto
The Palmetto State provides voters with an enhanced, resilient and dependable voting system for years to come.
A paper record of every ballot cast has become the gold standard for elections across the U.S. South Carolina was one of a few states across the nation voting on systems that did not produce a paper trail.
Modernizing the Voting Experience
One of the largest counties in the U.S. moves to a secure, modern, all-access opportunity to vote.
Across the U.S., pioneering election officials are advancing elections by replacing aging voting systems with innovative paper-based voting technology. Marion County, Indiana, adopted systems that have proven successful in hundreds of elections to implement a new approach to the traditional neighborhood-based polling location.
Changing the Way Voters in the First State Cast Ballots
Aging Voting Machines Put to Rest.
Jurisdictions across the country are replacing their aging voting systems with new equipment that includes the latest in security technology and a verifiable paper trail. The State of Delaware recently chose and implemented ES&S equipment, and voters and poll workers delighted in its first use.
Utah Increases Voter Confidence
Through verifiable ballots and better audits.
In the fall of 2017, the State of Utah designated Election Systems & Software (ES&S) as the state’s election management provider of choice.
How West Virginia’s Election Officials are Reducing Costs
While improving the election experience for voters and pollworkers.
Another major overhaul of the U.S. election system is underway, and a number of states are seriously considering a return to paper-based voting systems.