Dominion Voting Systems

Dominion Voting Systems Reviews

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    Was not easy to work there

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    I can't think of too many pro's, working for the State was tough. If you decided to stay in a state job for your lifetime, then the option for a pension was good.


    I didn't feel like I got a true hour for lunch, I felt watched all the time, didn't like it at all. I went from a private sector job to the state which was horrible. I also was not a fan of our SOS at the time and he would walk around and shake the men's hands, but not the women's. Was awful. Needless to say I left quickly.

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Headquarters Jamestown, 061
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

Dominion Voting Systems isn't a senator or a president, but it does want your vote. A manufacturer of voting systems, Dominion Voting makes specialized hardware and software used by some 600 US jurisdictions in 22 states, as well as by jurisdictions in Canada and other countries. Its flagship product line, Democracy Suite, comprises various systems used by election officials, including optical ballot scanners and vote tabulators, voter list generators, election management software, and electronic ballot systems for absentee voting. In addition to its Colorado office, the... More

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