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Installation Description

  • In 2000, IRC replaced the Voice Voting System and interfaced with the existing video projection system.
  • The main screen, used by the Operator, displays the current item under consideration along with the Order of Business.  Other features include:

  • Regular Roll-Call Vote Function - this button opens the regular vote or morning attendance vote.  The screen would consist of an alphabetical listing of the members' names and possibly their first initial, the item and motion being voted on, running vote totals, percent of Senators voting, buttons to record Yea, Nay, Abstain and Pass, the Vote Id #, Record, Set, Recall, Previous and Close buttons. 

 

  • Repeat Roll-Call Vote Function - this function allows the Voice Voting Operator to repeat the last recorded roll-call or use the RECALL1, RECALL2 or RECor the development.  The Display Board and Voice Voting System Requirements will save time and resources by providing International Roll-Call a blue print of the what is expected from the new software.

 

  • Short Roll-Call Vote Function - this voting function is similar to regular roll-call vote function, however, the Senator's names are not called.  This function is used when dealing with local legislation.

  •  Reprint - this allows the operator to reprint the previous recorded vote.  A keypad is displayed and the operator enters the Vote Id # and presses print.

 

  • Utilities - the Utilities functions allow the Voice Voting Operator to pick the Vote ID, Print, Review, Cancel, and Quit.

Contact:  Secretary of the Senate
    (334) 242-7803

 

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