Press Releases

Ashland County, Ohio selects RBM and Unisyn Voting System as New Election System Provider

Chicago, IL – April 24, 2017 Ashland County will be deploying the Unisyn Voting System’s paper ballot based system in the next election. The new system enables Ashland County to continue conducting fair and successful elections. It will also be an easy transition for both Precinct Election Officials and Ashland County’s 37,000 voters.Read More (PDF).

Holmes County has Efficient Election Day with New Voting Equipment

Chicago, IL – May 16, 2016 – Holmes County recently partnered with RBM Consulting and implemented the Unisyn Voting System prior to their March 15, 2016 Primary. The voters found the system to be easy to use and the transition seamless. All 17 precincts reported zero problems opening the polls, daily operation of the equipment and delivering the voting results to the office after the close of the polls on election night.Read More (PDF).

Polk County, Iowa Saves Taxpayers Money with Unisyn OpenElect System

Chicago, IL – March 18, 2015 – RBM Consulting, a leading election solutions and managed service provider, announced today it has been selected by Polk County, Iowa to replace the county’s existing election system. RBM’s service and Unisyn’s OpenElect® Voting System will provide Polk County’s 272,000+ registered voters and 177 precincts with the most reliable and secure voting experience. Read More (PDF).

Iowa County to Introduce Unisyn OpenElect Voting System from RBM Consulting

Chicago, IL— March 11, 2014 – The Marshall County Commissioner of Elections and Board of Supervisors
has awarded RBM Consulting a contract to provide the county’s 19 precincts with the Unisyn OpenElect® optical scan voting system starting with the June 3rd primary election. Read more (PDF).

Following a One Year Study, Election Vote Centers Coming to Floyd County

Chicago, IL— May 14, 2013 – RBM Consulting, a leading election solutions and managed service provider, announced today that Floyd County, Indiana has selected the company for additional election services to include the conversion to vote centers. Floyd County also purchased from RBM/Unisyn e-poll books and Unisyn products OpenElect® Voting Optical Scan (OVO) and OpenElect® Voting Interface (OVI). Beginning with the 2014 elections, Floyd County voters will now be able to cast their vote at the new vote centers which will allow county residents to vote at any location. Read more (PDF).

Vote Centers to Replace Precinct Voting Sites in Vigo County, Indiana

Chicago, IL— October 31, 2013 – RBM Consulting, a leading election solutions and managed service provider, announced today that Vigo County, Indiana has selected the company for election services to include the conversion from precinct voting to more convenient vote center locations. Vigo County has purchased RBM Unisyn products OpenElect® Voting Optical Scan (OVO) and OpenElect® Voting Interface (OVI), replacing older optical scanning equipment. Beginning with the 2014 May primary, Vigo County voters will be able to cast their vote at the new vote centers which will allow county residents to vote at any location. Read more (PDF).