Full Election Process

See Annotated Full Election Process

Cross-Reference: Full Election Process vs. Ken Bennett Process Models [ xls ]

Cross-Reference: Ken Bennett Full Election Process Functions

Pre-Election Process Functions

  1. begin Election
  2. include Contest on Ballot
  3. register Candidate(s) for Election
  4. include Candidate(s) on Ballot
  5. register Voter
  6. define Election
  7. define Ballot
  8. implement Ballot to support Voter Needs
  9. Election Official prepares Election Equipment for Election Process
  10. Election Official installs Ballot on Election Equipment
  11. Election Official verifies Election Equipment is ready to use Ballot
  12. Election Equipment is Delivered to the Polling Station

Election Process Functions

  1. open polls for Election
  2. Election Official authenticates Voter for Election
  3. Election Official identifies Ballot for Voter with Voter Needs
  4. Election Official identifies Interface for Voter with Voter Needs
  5. Election Official assigns Ballot to Voter with Voter Needs
  6. Election Official and/or Voter select Interface meeting Voter's Voter Needs
  7. connect Voter and Blank Ballot
  8. Voter interacts with Ballot via Interface
  9. Voter edits Ballot via Interface
  10. Voter reads Ballot via Interface
  11. Voter interprets Ballot via Interface
  12. Voter selects Contest Choices via Interface
  13. Voter deselects Contest Choices via Interface
  14. Voter navigates Contest Choices via Interface
  15. Voter verifies Contest Choices via Interface
  16. Voter casts Ballot as Cast Vote Record via Interface
  17. Voter cancels Ballot via Interface
  18. track Election Operation Status via Election Information
  19. Election Official closes polls for Election

Post-Election Process Functions

  1. Election Official transfers data to local election official
  2. Election Official counts Contest Choices on Cast Vote Record
  3. Election Official consolidates Counted Vote Totals
  4. Election Official reports Counted Vote Totals to Election Results Consumers
  5. Election Official reports Intermediate Election Results to Election Results Consumer
  6. Election Official validates Official Election Results
  7. Election Official reports Official Election Results to Election Results Consumers
  8. Election Official corrects Election Operation Errors
  9. Election Official archives Election Information
  10. Election Official archives Election Equipment
  11. Election Official audits Election Information
  12. Election Official audits Election Equipment
  13. Election Participants accept Official Election Results
  14. end Election

This Topic Is Referenced By

AnnotatedFullElectionProcess
ElectionXrefToKBProcess
FullElectionProcessXrefToKBProcess
HistoricalElectionProcessWork
KenBennettFullElectionProcess
PostElection
PostElectionXrefToKBProcess
PreElectionXrefToKBProcess
QuickReferenceGuide
WorkingGroupQuickStartGuide

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