SOE Software Election Night Results Software Used to Report North Carolina Election Results

State of North Carolina Uses Clarity Suite Software to Report Special Election Results

Tampa, FL, April 29, 2011 --( The State of North Carolina Board of Elections has posted the unofficial results for the two contests held for the Special Election on April 26, 2011. Three counties participated in the special election and two contests were on the ballot. The results of the election, which are being displayed online in conjunction with SOE Software’s Election Night Results software application, can be found at the following url:

The two contests on the special election ballot included the Handy Sanitary District Supervisor and Simpson Sewer Bonds Referendum. The unofficial results of the Handy Sanitary District Supervisor, where voters selected three individuals, led to voters picking Karen Nash, Arlin Sechrist, and Norman Hunt as the top three candidates. The Simpson Sewer Bonds Referendum returned unofficial results of “No” winning.

The Clarity e-Government Solutions package offers three different types of software suites: Web Communication, Education & Training, and Productivity suites. These suites offer clients the means necessary to effectively communicate, educate, and inform employees and constituents throughout the whole election process in a continuously changing electronic media era.

SOE Software is a nationally recognized leader of e-Government focused software solutions. SOE Software products are designed to assist government offices with their web communication, outreach and education, and office productivity efforts. The web-based Clarity Software Suite provides best-of-breed solutions that are time-tested in over 525 jurisdictions in city, county, and state government offices in 19 states across the U.S.

For detailed information on any of SOE Software’s application suites, or information on software solutions to help serve clients better, call Allison McKay (813) 865-7530 or email

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