Election Glossary

We provide explanations and background information on elections, voting rights and digital democracy

Digital Voting

Digital voting (also known as web voting) refers to systems which make use of digital technologies, specifically the internet, to allow people to vote in an election and to have their votes counted online. Digital voting, where votes are cast online, should not be confused with voting machines, which are pieces of hardware which are not connected to the internet.

Experience digital voting with POLYAS - the market leader for digital voting in Germany.

Web voting with POLYAS enables your voters to participate in elections wherever they are in the world. As long as they have a browser and internet enabled device, they can cast their vote. Allowing your electorate the option to vote online increases your voter turnout. Moreover, digital voting with POLYAS gives you peace of mind - our software is certified under the highest security standards.

Read more about the features of digital voting.

See also: Online Voting, iVoting, Internet Election


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