An election is defined with polling and absentee voter groups as well as a polling and cumulative absentee counter groups, set to the polling and absentee voter groups, respectively. A jurisdiction-wide candidacy is defined to the <N.P.> voter group and a jurisdiction-wide precinct committee race to the polling voter group. One polling report precinct is defined, one cumulative absentee precinct defined and linked to the polling precinct, a polling vote center and a cumulative absentee vote center, linked to the absentee precinct. Ballot generation gives the polling vote center a ballot style with both races and the absentee vote center the ballot style with the candidacy only. However, both ballot styles erroneously appear under the absentee precinct.
An election is defined with a rotation district category with two child districts. Attempting to delete one of the child districts results in the display of 'Too few parameters. Expected 2'.
An election is defined with two voter groups, polling and absentee, both set to rotate ballots. Polling and cumulative absentee counter groups are defined and set to the polling and absentee counter groups, respectively. Two polling report precincts are defined and associated with a cumulative absentee precinct. A polling vote center corresponds to the two polling precincts and a cumulative absentee vote center to the absentee precinct. A jurisdiction wide candidacy is defined with two precinct-rotated candidates for the voter group <N.P.> and a jurisdiction-wide precinct committee race is defined with two precinct-rotated candidates for the polling voter group. Ballot generation and rotation correctly assigns two rotated ballots containing the candidacy and precinct committee race to the polling vote center and two rotated ballots containing the candidacy only to the absentee vote center.
Setting the absentee voter group to not rotate ballots in the Voter Group Editor and re-generating ballot rotations incorrectly creates two rotated ballots within the absentee ballot style and three rotated ballots within the polling ballot style, one with the first candidate in the first position in both races, one with the first candidate in the second position in both races and one erroneously with the first candidate in the first position in the first race and the first candidate in the second position in the second race. Looking up ballots under the vote centers, the correct rotated ballots appear with the polling vote center and the erroneously rotated 'polling' ballot appears with under absentee vote center.
An election is defined with one report precinct, three partisan voter groups (Republican, Democrat, Libertarian) as well as a polling voter group. Three jurisdiction-wide races are defined:
Two ballot styles are created: one correctly contains the endorsement race, the question and the precinct committee race, and the other contains the endorsement race and question. Should GEMS be able to distinguish that question responses are non-endorseable?
Consider the same election, without the question. Two ballot styles are created, one correctly containing the endorsement and precinct committee races, the other one erroneously containing the endorsement race only.
An election is created with two report precincts, one in district 10 and the other in district 20, as well as three partisan voter groups. Three races are defined:
Two ballot styles are created, one with the preference race and question and the other with the preference race, candidacy and question. Neither the candidacy or question are partisan, and yet the preference race occurs on both ballot styles.
Is it possible to track voter registration amounts by both party and slate in a primary election?
Vote Centers with Cards by ID report
An election is created with a polling voter group and a cumulative absentee counter group. A polling as well as a cumulative absentee report precinct are created with corresponding vote centers. A jurisdiction-wide candidacy is defined for the <N.P.> voter group and a precinct committee race to the polling voter group.
The Vote Centers with Cards by ID report only lists the polling vote center and not the cumulative vote center, even though it contains distinct ballots. The same report refers to the base precinct as precinct portion, which is inconsistent - we should use one term or the other, but not both.
Occasionally when attempting to preview this report (but not always) the following message is displayed: 'Failed to start printing or viewing report VoteCentersWithCardsbyID.rpt Error(997)'
Card Quantity by Vote Center ID with Party report
The Card Quantity by Vote Center ID with Party displays the report precinct name in the Report Precinct/Base Precinct Label instead of showing the base precinct label.
Report precinct/voter group detail amounts do not round correctly:
An election is defined with four report precincts, a cumulative absentee counter group and a jurisdiction-wide race with two candidates using precinct-based rotation, set to the <N.P.> voter group. Both rotation ballots are valid in the absentee vote center. In the Card Quantity by Vote Center ID report, the polling report precinct is listed only for the first rotation in the absentee precinct for each card (see below).
What means are currently available for proofing multi-language ballots? Defining additional languages that are integrated into race and candidate definitions do not give rise to any separate cards or other documents that can be reviewed before being sent to the printer (other than Ghostview?).
Double clicking on any expand/contract button, in either mode, for race, header, ballot style, activates the last editor activated.