15 Minutes of Fame

Clintons vote on th Franklin Voting Booth

I’ve spent the better part of my career in Marketing, and at the risk of dating myself, this means I have planned, executed, and reported on everything from “dial for dollars” campaigns on dial telephones (yes, these are a real thing) to Google AdWords. And you know what? Unless you have products like Apple or …

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Lessons from Poll Worker Training

Inclusion Solutions staff shares their thoughts on poll worker training.

When I registered to be a poll worker in this year’s general election, I did so because I wanted to see Inclusion Solutions’ products in action. When your job requires you to tell your products’ story, it’s a heck of a lot easier to tell an interesting one when you have hands-on experience with your …

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Experts Give 9 Tips for Ensuring an Accessible Election

ADA experts give tips for ensuring elections accessibility.

This summer, Inclusion Solutions had the pleasure of speaking at the National ADA Symposium in Denver on elections accessibility.  Following this presentation, numerous attendees requested practical tips for achieving elections accessibility, and when you ask, we deliver!   Here are nine practical tips for achieving elections accessibility, courtesy of experts Lisa Doran (Colorado Department of State), …

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Will your Polling Place Get an “A” for Accessibility?

Deluxe Feather Flag marks polling place entrance for disabled voters.

Believe it or not, a Government Accountability Office report issued after the 2008 election stated that in violation of state and federal laws, only 27% of polling places had no obstacles for disabled voters.   Think this has a negative impact on voter turnout among disabled voters? You bet! According to Lisa Schur of Rutgers University’s …

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