• July 29, 2002
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What about Florida?

Election.com and Accenture will build and deploy a centralized voter registration and election management system for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania using Election.com's Election Systems Manager (ESM) software.

The two firms report the system, designed to help election officials in Pennsylvania's 67 counties maintain accurate and reliable voter registration records, will be known as the Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors system (SURE).

They explain that by enabling counties to identify and eliminate duplicate registrations, SURE will serve as a uniform statewide platform for consolidating the voter registration data, which is currently maintained separately by each of the state's counties. In addition, SURE will interface with Pennsylvania's Department of Transportation and Department of Health to electronically transfer “motor voter” applications and death records directly to county election offices.

Election.com says ESM provides an integrated voter registration and election management system that streamlines the election administration process--from voter registration and database management to redistricting and early and absentee voting. ESM software is already being used statewide in Minnesota and Arkansas.

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