36 million voters from more than 300 U.S. counties in states including Colorado, Georgia, New Jersey, California, and Texas benefited from Scytl secure election solutions.
Scytl award-winning technologies – including Online Election Worker Training, Online Voter Education, and Election Night Reporting – helped election offices across the U.S. simplify their 2021 November Election and increase security, transparency, efficiency, and access to important election information before, during, and after the election.
2021 November Election by the numbers:
- Award-winning Election Night Reporting provides secure real-time Election Night results that are user-friendly, ADA compliant, and easily shared by voters, media, and candidates.
- Consolidated election results for 4 states
- Local results for 68 counties in 11 states
- Impacted more than 23 million registered voters
- Learn more about Scytl Election Night Reporting here
- Award-winning Online Election Worker Training provides custom, consistent, interactive training – increasing Election Day preparedness across all voting locations.
- Election Workers trained state-wide in 2 states, as well as in 10 counties and 2 cities
- Impacted more than 13 million registered voters
- Learn more about Scytl Online Training here
- Award-winning Online Voter Education provides voters with essential voting information such as sample ballots, precinct and polling location look-ups, and more.
- Increased access in 13 counties in 4 states
- Impacted 4 million registered voters
- Learn more about Scytl Voter Education here
Scytl simplifies elections. We focus on the details so you can focus on your voters. Scytl is a global leader in election technology solutions that simplify communication with your constituents, facilitate opportunities to increase democratic participation, and decrease the administrative burden.
In the 2020 U.S. General Election, elections officials trusted Scytl with 9 statewide implementations and more almost 800 total U.S. counties, directly benefiting 78+ million voters.