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            The Neighborhood Commission Office has entered into a contract with San Diego-based Everyone Counts, Inc. for online voting services in the 2009 Neighborhood Board elections. The company was among four that responded to a Request For Proposals, and was selected after the bids were evaluated by an independent three-member panel.

            Joan Manke, Executive Secretary of the Neighborhood Commission Office, said “We are excited to partner with a company having a long history in online elections around the world. We are now able to release some of the details on how the upcoming election shall proceed.”

            Eligible voters will be mailed a unique voter I.D. number that they will need along with the last four digits of the Social Security Number in order to access their ballot through a secure website. The mailer will include a list of three locations where the NCO is placing public computers – Honolulu Hale, Kapolei Hale, and a site to be identified on the windward side. 

            For those that cannot access the internet, Everyone Counts, Inc. is also providing a secure phone voting option. Voters would also use their I.D. number to vote using this alternate method.

The voting period is May 6-May 22. Results of the election shall be publicized shortly after the close of the election. The new board members assume office on July 1.

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Contact: Bryan Mick, Neighborhood Commission Office, 768-3717