How to Expertly Manage a ‘Super Tuesday’ on Your Property

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Mar 12, 2020 7:00:00 AM

“The big picture on election security in the 2020 campaign after Super Tuesday: could be worse — but also could be better,” writes Philip Ewing in their recent NPR article entitled “What To Know About The Election Security Situation After Super Tuesday.”

“The biggest day of voting so far in this year's race wasn't problem-free: Officials dealt with problems in Texas, California and North Carolina, plus tornadoes disrupted the vote in middle Tennessee,” Ewing explains.

“And, as national security officials acknowledged before and during the vote on Tuesday, foreign malefactors continue to try to influence the information environment in the United States via agitation and disinformation on social media,” Ewing continues.

According to the article, “Even so, Americans appear to have been able to cast a ballot as they wished without major cyberattacks, information dumps or other mischief like that seen in the wave of active measures launched by Russia in 2016. So far.”

"Tuesday may have been a success, from the perspective of foreign influence — but folks ought to remain vigilant," said David Levine, a former elections supervisor who now serves as elections integrity fellow with the Alliance for Securing Democracy, a group in Washington, in Ewing’s piece.

Ewing shares, “The problems and disruptions that took place around the country were connected with elections equipment systems, shortages of poll workers and long lines of voters.”

The NPR article continues, “They followed comparatively smooth primaries in South Carolina and New Hampshire, a comparatively smooth caucus in Nevada and the high-profile implosion of Iowa's caucuses — itself the result of problems with an app used to tally and report caucus results.”

In sum, there are many complexities and opportunities for vulnerabilities to hinder Super Tuesday progress.

How would your property handle a ‘Super Tuesday’-level event on your property?

Now sure how?

Employ the Proactive Operations methodology.

Proactive Operations Helps Manage Security Situations & More

Proactive Operations is a methodology by which property operations utilize strategy, infrastructure, and technology to achieve maximum performance.

With Proactive Operations, your organization can manage everything that occurs to ensure a safe and memorable experience for your customers.

Unlike reactive operations, Proactive Operations provides you a disciplined framework for streamlining processes, resources, personnel, information, and communication.

By continuously examining, improving, and optimizing your operation, you program your ability to manage everything 24/7 365 – proactively.

Do you see how this could enhance your property’s ability to manage security situations and much more during Super Tuesday-level events on your property?

We certainly do.

Now, the vital thing to understand is there is much more to learn about Proactive Operations.

Each pillar of this methodology brings value to your operation you’ve never seen before.

Head over to this resource here to start employing Proactive Operations on your property.

Over to You

According to Philip Ewing’s NPR article, the big picture on election security in the 2020 campaign after Super Tuesday is that it could be worse, but also could be better. That tells us it needs to be better.

Don’t put your property in a position of uncertainty and public appraisal that makes you look anything less than proactive. Employ Proactive Operations starting today; that way, you can manage Super Tuesday-level security situations and more.

Learn how to employ Proactive Operations using strategy, infrastructure & technology.

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