I've already reached out to Ian and Lauren, but I wanted to post my thoughts here, as well, for any lurkers out there.With e-voting, there are two routes: software or hardware. Hardware is currently not as popular, as there are typically higher upfront costs, the upgrades come less frequently (if at all), and they can require a whole control system that some chambers might not have.Software is currently pretty popular (thanks to the explosion of the "cloud). There are some apps that are standalone e-voting platforms. Agenda management systems (like us at BoardSync, or IQM2 or Granicus to name a few) typically also have this feature. The costs of implementation of either routes depends on your current tech stack and infrastructure.When looking at voting software, keep three things in mind:1 - Responsive design - It should function on any device.2 - Intuitive interface - You don't want incorrect votes!3 - Display capability - Display results in real-time or post-vote on any screen your chamber might have.Just a quick summary, hope it helps.