Pakflatt and Inclusion Solutions Hold Annual General Meeting

This week marked the conclusion of the Pakflatt-Inclusion Solutions Annual General Meeting in Evanston, Illinois. While Inclusion Solutions’ Evanston-based staff arrived a little tired following Northwestern’s overtime win against Nebraska (and Pakflatt’s Derry-based staff arrived a little tired following such a long flight!) everyone grabbed an extra cup of coffee and dove head first into …

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Sorry, But You’re Not Allowed to Vote

“Sorry, but you’re not allowed to vote.”  Imagine if this is what you were told when you arrived at your polling place.  Would you feel upset?  Frustrated?  Helpless?  Maybe even scared?  For plenty of people with disabilities, this isn’t an imagining, this is reality. Following the 2016 national election, there were many reports from voters …

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Polling Place Accessibility Missed the Mark in 2016 Election

According to a new report issued by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), while people with disabilities could easily vote on accessible voting machines at the majority of polling places during the 2016 election, they were unable to get inside their polling place to do so. Why?  The report – which calls on the U.S. …

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Everything Old is New Again: Paper Ballots Are Making a Comeback

In the words of Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY reporter, voting machines were “once about as newsworthy as your water meter.”1  This, however, is no longer the case, as voting machines are suddenly making headlines in the wake of mounting evidence Russia tried to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. In fact, a bipartisan pair of …

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Weymouth Voters to Cast Votes in New Franklin Voting Booths

Inclusion Solutions, and its well renown Franklin Voting Booths, had the pleasure of making headlines in recent Weymouth  news. In June, 2017, the Weymouth Town Council approved the purchase of new DS200 voting machines or ballot counters, in response to voter concern over mis-cast votes in previous elections and in anticipation of its upcoming town …

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