Assembly Votes is Scandinavia's most used electronic Voting System for statutory and non-statutory elections in associations, Unions and Municipalities. Assembly Votes has served more than 20 Mio. voters in candidate elections, referendums, etc. and supports all common types of ballots.
Cost saving, efficient and fully documented electronic elections, based on everyday technologies. Assembly Votes is a transparent, secure and an easily accessible solution to conduct a statutory or non-statutory election process.
Advanced encryption and mixing technologies ensure full anonymity in the election process. Hence, the VoterID and the ballot are irreversible separated during the result generating phase. The system is hosted in a military class hosting environment.
Assembly Votes is a fully documented electronic election system and it is continuously audited by independent audit organisations. Assembly Votes has served more than 20 Mio voters in 2500 elections in UK, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.
Self-service with no compromised security
With Assembly Votes, you also have the opportunity to choose a self-service solution, where you assemble the system components you need without compromising the high security standards of our systems.
After a short introduction to the system, you can easily and safely carry out the election in your organisation or association.
A dedicated election system
Assembly Votes is designed according to prominent international guidelines for electronic voting systems, ensuring compliance with all fundamental principles of a legal electoral process. This includes:
Eligibility. Voters are authenticated by digital signature or by secretly distributed login credentials. The system may have up to 3 authentication factors. The authentication process controls which ballots the individual voter is entitled to use.
Anonymity. The vote is encrypted on the voter's device and all votes and voterID are irreversible separated by mixing technology before generating a result.
Tallying. The mixing and decryption process can only be accessed once the voting period is completed. An electoral board can be provided with decryption keys to generate the result. This process can include or be facilitated by independent auditing companies.
Documentation. For independent election audit of the electoral process the system provides an election log of all system activities. Moreover, Assembly Votes provides a complete system documentation and documentation of the data management processes.
Accessibility. Assembly Votes is accessible and easy to use for all electoral groups, electoral boards, observers and auditing organisations. For voters without the ability to go online, the system can be configured to include traditional paper ballots (hybrid election).
Application, servers, hosting and data procedures are continuously audited by independent auditing companies and institutions.
Full service election process
Assembly Votes is a comprehensive solution that ensures documented compliance with all statutory and non-statutory election requirements throughout the entire election process. Each election process is guided by a detailed 4 step process guide that specifies all activities and deadlines:
Specification (and configuration)
Test of system
Operation of system
Voting results and documentation
Read more about the process of an End-2-End election solution here:
Moreover, Assembly Voting assists with election data, election cards, distribution of credentials, election information, etc. in order to ensure a complete and sound election process for voters, election boards, auditing companies, etc.
Assembly Votes supports the use of paper ballots in an election process. The system contains different settings to comply with the distribution and the status of paper ballots:
Distribution. General dispatch of paper ballots to all voters or individual shipment of a paper ballot by the request of a voter.
Validity principles. Definition of the validity principle in the case of a voter casting a digital vote as well as a paper vote is:
A. The paper vote overwrites the digital vote.
B. The digital vote overwrites paper vote.
C. The paper vote and the digital vote are both invalid.
Copenhagen is the largest municipality in Denmark, and for the past eight years, Assembly Voting has conducted the statutory elderly council elections for Copenhagen Municipality.
More than 80,000 electorates make the elderly council elections in Copenhagen the largest digital election in Danish municipalities.
Assembly Voting conducts elder council elections in more than 30 Danish municipalities.
The Swedish parliamentary party the Liberals uses the Assembly Voting Self-service solution.
The Liberals annually conduct more than 300 candidate nominations and internal party elections for candidates to run for local, regional, national and EU elections.
Several Danish parliamentary parties, associations and municipalities use Assembly Voting self-service solution.
In Spring 2018 Assembly Voting conducted the election of representatives (Ingenjörsfullmäktigevalet) for Swedish Engineers.
140,000 voters were to elect 81 representatives from 22 different lists with more than 200 candidates.
The election of representatives was the second Assembly Voting election for Swedish Engineers and included a candidate nomination process prior to the election.
In a Danish context, Assembly Voting conducts the vast majority of elections in unions, such as representative elections and labour agreement elections.
UK Engage is among England's largest suppliers of election solutions to the UK market.
UK Engage has an Assembly Voting partner solution using Assembly Voting technology for statutory and non-statutory elections in UK.
Assembly Voting election and candidacy technologies are hosted locally in England.
Assembly Voting has a similar partner solution agreement with Strålfors OY in Finland.
Types of election
Candidate and list elections
Regional and constituency voting
Voter PIN combined with user ID
Required number of votes
Maximum number of votes
PCs and computers
Paper voting (for hybrid voting)
Phone and e-mail (8am to 8pm)