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What is ChoicePlus?
ChoicePlus is a computer program that counts Choice Voting elections.
Internationally, Choice Voting is an election system used in Australia, Ireland, Malta. In the United States, it is used by the City of Cambridge to elect its city council and school committee.
Choice Voting is used in many non-governmental elections, such as college student body and faculty senate elections, the high-IQ group Mensa, and the Academy Award nominations. It has very wide non-governmental usage in England.
ChoicePlus was the first computer program ever used to count a governmental Choice Voting election. It has been proven in many elections, is stable, powerful and reliable. It has also been used in many non-governmental elections.
(Note: Choice Voting is also called Preference Voting, Single Transferable Voting, the Hare system, the Alternative Vote, Instant Runoff Voting, among other names)
ChoicePlus has a very large number of features:
There are many other features that ChoicePlus has. No other Choice Voting program is as powerful or as proven as ChoicePlus.
For more information on ChoicePlus Lite, check out the ChoicePlus Lite Package.
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For more information on ChoicePlus, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.