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Virtual Voting Console System

IRC's Remote Voting Solution

The Virtual Voting Console (VVC) System is a virtual vote entry interface to the xmLegislator™ Voting Software. The VVC system was uniquely designed with the intention to give seamless remote voting capabilities via a virtual voting interface during times of emergency or disaster.

The VVC system allows users, with access to the voting system network, to view the summary and bill information, vote status, and vote totals; and the ability to cast votes via the VVC user interface screen.  The VVC system has been developed to be responsive across multiple devices and platforms and can be configured to meet specific device needs.

The VVC user interface screen can provide the following information, data, and functionality:

  • Vote Status indication - Vote Open or Vote Closed;
  • Vote Totals;
  • Bill information - same data sent to and viewed on the Chamber display;
  • Ability to cast votes such as Yea, Nay, Page, Cancel, Request to Speak; and
  • Display the name of the Member logged into the VVC system.

Notable VVC System Feature Options

  • The Member desks located in the Chamber can be locked for the Members using the VVC system.
  • Members using the VVC system can have access to the Request to Speak Queue on their user interface.
  • IRC can include a view of the Member names and member vote indicators as a separate tab in the Display Board section of the user interface.

If you would like more information or a cost estimate for the implementation of the newly designed and ready for installation IRC Virtual Voting Console, please contact the IRC Office at your convenience by calling 804-730-9600 or email Tyler Schaeffer at