Carroll County, Ohio is named for the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence. Inyo County, California is home to the highest peak in the contiguous United States. And Johnny Appleseed is thought to be buried in Allen County, Indiana. What do these places have in common? They’re all jurisdictions that have built clear and effective election websites using the template provided by the Center for Technology and Civic Life.
Jurisdictions large and small -- and urban, suburban, and rural -- are building stronger connections with voters by updating their web presence, and they’re doing it with the template and tutorials offered by CTCL.
We’re pleased to share the results of this partnership and invite others to join the list of jurisdictions that have already benefitted from the creation of a new election website with a modern look and feel.
• Allen County, Indiana
• Bergen County, New Jersey -- WEBSITE COMING SOON
• Carroll County, Ohio
• Hardeman County, Tennessee
• Inyo County, California
• Mercer County, New Jersey -- WEBSITE COMING SOON
• Mercer County, West Virginia
• Sedgwick County, Kansas -- WEBSITE COMING SOON
• Takoma Park, Maryland
Do you want to update your web presence to better serve voters? Contact Whitney May, CTCL Director of Government Services, at email@example.com or (919) 799-6173 to get started.