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Full Election Process

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Cross-Reference: Ken Bennett Full Election Process Functions

 

Pre-Election Process Functions

  1. begin Election
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  1. include Contest on Ballot
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  1. register Candidate(s) for Election
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  1. include Candidate(s) on Ballot
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  1. register Voter
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  1. define Election
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  1. define Ballot
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  1. implement Ballot to support Voter Needs
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  1. Election Official prepares Election Equipment for Election Process
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  1. Election Official installs Ballot on Election Equipment
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  1. Election Official verifies Election Equipment is ready to use Ballot
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  1. Election Equipment is Delivered to the Polling Station
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Election Process Functions

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  1. open polls for Election
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  1. Election Official authenticates Voter for Election
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  1. Election Official identifies Ballot for Voter with Voter Needs
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  1. Election Official identifies Interface for Voter with Voter Needs
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  1. Election Official assigns Ballot to Voter with Voter Needs
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  1. Election Official and/or Voter select Interface meeting Voter's Voter Needs
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  1. connect Voter and Blank Ballot
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  1. Voter interacts with Ballot via Interface
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  1. Voter edits Ballot via Interface
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  1. Voter reads Ballot via Interface
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  1. Voter interprets Ballot via Interface
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  1. Voter selects Contest Choices via Interface
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  1. Voter deselects Contest Choices via Interface
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  1. Voter navigates Contest Choices via Interface
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  1. Voter verifies Contest Choices via Interface
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  1. Voter casts Ballot as Cast Vote Record via Interface
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  1. Voter cancels Ballot via Interface
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  1. track Election Operation Status via Election Information
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  1. Election Official closes polls for Election
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Post-Election Process Functions

  1. Election Official transfers data to local election official
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  1. Election Official counts Contest Choices on Cast Vote Record
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  1. Election Official consolidates Counted Vote Totals
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  1. Election Official reports Counted Vote Totals to Election Results Consumers
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  1. Election Official reports Intermediate Election Results to Election Results Consumer
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  1. Election Official validates Official Election Results
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  1. Election Official reports Official Election Results to Election Results Consumers
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  1. Election Official corrects Election Operation Errors
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  1. Election Official archives Election Information
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  1. Election Official archives Election Equipment
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  1. Election Official audits Election Information
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  1. Election Official audits Election Equipment
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  1. Election Participants accept Official Election Results
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  1. end Election
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