The UF Voting application is a simple to use web application created for the sole purpose of allowing UF departments to create, administer, and tabulate online elections as they relate to university divisions, groups, and colleges. Common uses include Faculty Senate elections, Promotion and Tenure evaluations, and other college and department based polls.
The application is comprised of Ballots, Elections, Candidates, and Voters. A single ballot can contain multiple elections and each election, in turn, can contain as few as two and as many as 100 candidates. Voters are simply the list of people that have been given access to vote on a particular ballot.
Behind this structure is an administration section where administrators can set up ballots, elections, candidates, and add lists of voters for those ballots.
Voting Process for Voters
Voting administrators are able to create new ballots and elections as well as manage the candidates and voters for those ballots.
For questions about UF Voting, or to have an account set up for your unit to manage its own online ballots and elections, please submit a "Provost/AA Application Support" help request form found on this page: http://tss.it.ufl.edu/help-requests.