Specification (PDF File)
Interactive Maps on the Web
Now that you have built your maps,
publish them to the web with data.
GeoElections WebTools© from
International Computer Works, Inc. (ICW) provides you with the power
to offer your voters the ability to access elections data through
interactive maps on the World Wide Web.
provides the tools and services to leverage the investment you have
already made in GIS data. Now you can provide interactive maps as
a means to access elections information. The ability to publish
your data to the web using ICW hosting services linked to your web
site brings a new dimension of public access to both current and
next generation voters.
The economy of web publishing can be appreciated
with the single example of managing updates and edits to maps. Paper
maps become outdated when changes to geopolitical boundaries such
as precincts or annexations occur. With the introduction of new
roads or entire subdivisions paper maps need reprinting and redistribution.
When you publish your maps to the web, your community can print
to paper from the convenience of their own home or office.
Designed for ease-of-use and strategically positioned
to combine the wealth of your data with the need to educate current
and future voters, your school districts will bring you into their
classrooms. Election information comes alive with this rich graphical
presentation to capture the spirit and encourage an action to participate
as an informed elector like never before.
provides three pages to which you can publish your maps and elections
data: the County Page, the Precinct Page
and the Household Page. Interactive map layers
can include the following items but are by no means limited to this
• School Board Districts
• County Commission Districts
• City Council Districts
• Fire Districts
• Water Districts
• Special Taxing Districts
• State House or Assembly Districts
• State Senate Districts
• Federal Congressional Districts
To access information about related products go
to our links for TIGERUS©,
GeoAuthor® or GeoElections©.
Additionally, in the summer of 2003 ICW staff conducted a survey
of the Social Studies Curriculum Directors for the 67 counties in
the State of Florida. This survey and results can be found in the
Success Stories section of our web site. The article is titled,
WebTools Survey of Florida Directors of Curriculum for Social Studies
View the additional details about GeoElections
WebTools© published in our Product Specification (PDF File)
or call for more information or demonstration using your jurisdiction
Crossing the Digital Divide
The entire community can connect and collaborate in the
process of becoming informed voters.
"...if the children
are untaught, their ignorance and vices will in future cost us much
dearer in their consequences than it would have done in their correction
by good education."
Thomas Jefferson, 1818 U.S. President