EasyVote’s EasyCampaignFinance Software To Bolster Campaign Finance Administration for Tarrant County Elections Office - EasyVote Solutions LLC

Tarrant County, Texas looks to reduce costs, improve user experience for both candidates and public through new election management software

Atlanta, GA, and Fort Worth, TX: EasyVote Solutions announced that the Tarrant County (Texas) Elections Department implemented EasyVote’s EasyCampaignFinance software to enhance its administration of campaign finance filings and public reporting.

“The Tarrant County Elections Office looked to offer additional layers of service to our elected officials and candidates and provide additional layers of transparency for our public.” Said Stephen Vickers, Tarrant County Elections Administrator. “We are excited to bring the EasyCampaignFinance software to Tarrant County. This e-filing system will simplify the process of filing campaign finance documents with our office, and we will offer documents for online review on our website.”

A module of the EasyVote Election Management Platform, EasyCampaignFinance streamlines the workflow of the campaign finance submission and audit process and enables increased transparency. The software automates key tasks including; communication with elected officials, the collection and verification of filings, and public disclosure of candidate information. EasyCampaignFinance provides candidates and elected officials the opportunity to submit campaign finance filings online and a turnkey public website that makes all available filings instantly available to the general public.

“EasyVote is flattered that another large, metropolitan county like Tarrant County has chosen the EasyVote Election Management Platform for its campaign finance filing needs,” said Jason Barnett, EasyVote’s Director of Business Development. “The adoption of our software within election offices in the Metroplex, the State of Texas and across the entire United States, demonstrates EasyVote’s role as the leader in election management software.”