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The Colorado Secretary of State’s Elections Division is excited to announce all high school students throughout the state can submit their designs for a new “I Voted” digital sticker. Whether you are an aspiring artist or graphic designer, or you just love to express your creativity through drawing or illustration, we welcome your submission and we look forward to seeing what you will create. The creator of the winning design will be featured in a statewide press release, media coverage, and the design will be sent to all voters who use BallotTrax after their ballot has been accepted for counting. To read the full article and participate in the contest, please visit the CO Secretary of State's contest page: "I Voted!" Digital Sticker Contest...

BallotTrax, the world’s first complete mail ballot locator and notification system, today released the national data as it pertains to mail-in voting for the 2020 Presidential Election. This data is a culmination of 440+ counties across 15 states using BallotTrax’s ballot tracking software and overwhelmingly supports the nation-wide adoption for mail-in voting for all future elections....

Worry no more, California voters. In the spirit of Schoolhouse Rock, the Bay Area News Group has produced this election video that lets you tag along to see what happens to your ballot once it leaves your hands until your vote is finally recorded....

AUGUSTA (WFXG)- Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger just launched a system that will allow Georgia voters to keep track of what's happening with their absentee ballots. FOX 54 spoke with the Richmond County Board of Elections to find out how this new system works and how it will be beneficial for voters....

Secretary of State to launch statewide system to boost voter confidence Colorado voters will have a new tool this fall to ensure their ballot is counted. A few counties across the state have been allowing voters to track the life of their ballots, and beginning with the upcoming election voters in all of Colorado’s 64 counties will be able to use that same system, Secretary of State Jena Griswold told The Denver Post. Registered voters with an email address on file will automatically receive notification in the coming weeks of their ballot’s progress on its way to them. Others can opt-in at colorado.ballottrax.net and sign up for email, text, or voicemail notifications. “If you can order a pizza and see it as it’s being delivered, we think we should be able to offer the same service with voting,” Griswold said. County clerks will mail ballots to voters across the...

North Carolina voters who opt to vote by mail will be able to track their ballots with BallotTrax. State election officials expect to launch the system Sept. 11. By QCity Metro Staff September 11, 2020 North Carolina voters who vote by mail will soon be able to track their ballots, a move to ensure voter confidence during this year’s general election. BallotTrax is expected to launch today, according to N.C. Board of Elections public information officer Patrick Gannon. How does it work? Think of mail ballot tracking similar to locating your package from Amazon. Voters can sign up for text, email and phone notifications alerting them to the status of their ballot, regardless if you vote by mail or ballot drop box. The system shows when a ballot is printed, sent, delivered and, most importantly, officially tabulated. On your voter dashboard, you’ll see one of two statuses – Requested, when an absentee request form...