Electronic Voting: Changes Made To Proposed Rules By The DBPR

In previous a blog, we discussed electronic voting and how it provides community associations with the opportunity to work in the digital space. Doing so makes the election process easier, less cumbersome, and easier to detect flaws. Since our last blog addressing electronic voting rules and guidelines proposed by the Department of Business and Professional Regulations, there have been revisions to those rules. The revisions read as follows:     Read the article……….


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