Welcome! You should have received notice to vote from ElectionBuddy via email, SMS message, or postal mail. Alternatively, your administrator may have emailed, mailed or hand-delivered a notice to you.
Depending on how your administrator set up the vote, these credentials will be one of the following:
If the vote has started, and you haven't received a notice, please check your email junk or spam folder. If still, you can't find the notice, contact your administrator. If you don't know who your administrator is, please reach out to ElectionBuddy and we will assist.
Below are some notice examples to help you find the link to access the ballot, your voter key, and administrator contact details. The examples include the default notice verbiage provided by ElectionBuddy.
Notices will contain:
Administrator’s contact information
Link to vote
Printed notices include a QR Code
Postal notices may include a paper ballot
You are able to click on the links in the notices (email and SMS) to access your ballot directly! You may also visit https://secure.electionbuddy.com/ballot/ and enter your credentials to access your ballot. Printed notices contain QR codes that can be scanned with a smartphone to access the ballot.
16 character alpha-numeric key - Notice Examples
Voting credentials are single-use only and are the same across all notice types. Each notice contains a 16 character alpha-numeric key - this is the key used to access your ballot.
Key and password - Notice Examples
Administrators can assign a key and passwords for voters to access a vote. These voting credentials can be used to access multiple votes (for example, multiple motions during a MeetingVote). Voters will be given a single access link that is specific to that vote (for example, electionbuddy.com/m/organizationkey/electionkey), and enter an access key and a password to access their ballot.
Once you have cast your ballot, please be sure you receive your confirmation code upon submission of your ballot!
If you have other questions, please review our Voter FAQS or reach out to the ElectionBuddy team via live chat support (7 am - 7 pm Mountain Standard Time).