Atlanta, Georgia – Monday, November 7, 2016

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced today that early voting has hit an all-time record, with 2,129,316 ballots cast thus far – all processed by PCC’s ElectioNet™ Election Management software employed by the Georgia Secretary of State since 2012. PCC has implemented a full suite of Elections Management solutions in Georgia, from Voter Registration and Election Night Reporting to the “My Voter Page” public portal allowing voters to check registration status, sample ballots and voting locations.

“Technology and hard work by our state and county election officials have made the right to vote easier and easier to exercise over the past decade,” said Kemp. PCC is proud to provide this technology to 16 states, including Georgia.

PCC’s ElectioNet™ platform was designed to fully automate election office operations and can be deployed in modular fashion. ElectioNet™ supports every aspect of an election agency including Voter Registration, Election Set-up, Candidate Management, Voting District Management, Manage Polling Places, Poll Worker Management, Absentee and Regular Ballot Management, Elections History Tracking and Petition Management.

PCC, a subsidiary of GCR Inc., is based in Windsor, Connecticut and provides technology solutions critical to modernizing our nation’s democratic process, streamlining business services, and maintaining public trust and confidence in our government’s leaders and offices.

http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/elections/kemp_georgia_shatters_2008_early_voting_record