Tampa, FL, May 06, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Oakland County, Michigan officials have posted unofficial results for nineteen contests for the election on May 3, 2011. One hundred seven precincts participated in the special election and nineteen 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: http://results.enr.clarityelections.com/MI/Oakland/30601/44469/en/summary.html.
Unofficial results report ballots cast for the special election at 31,057 ballots. Among the nineteen contests in the special election, in the Chart Amendment – City of Bloomfield Hills contest, unofficial results had voters selecting “Yes” as the winner. In Library Millage Proposal – City of Clawson contest, the unofficial winner selected by voters was “Yes” as the winner.
“Congratulations to Bill Bullard Jr., Oakland County Clerk/Register of Deeds for seamless reporting of tonight’s results. The Elections Division's use of Clarity ENR for up to date election result reporting shows their dedication to improve their services to the Oakland County voters and public,” said Allison McKay, Vice President of Client Services.
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.
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