Voting technology has seen various changes over the time, starting from traditional ballot voting system to the latest e-voting system. But technology couldn't affect the popularity of ballot voting system though it doesn't provide desirable blend of accessibility and efficiency. We believe that an architecture that combines the efficiency of current day technology and the ease of ballot voting system will revolutionize voting. We propose a novel architecture for voting system that uses multiple channels (ATM, Internet, cellular phone, telephone and ballot) and multiple databases to show that it is ideal in achieving accessibility, efficiency, feasibility and flexibility. We show through simulations that the proposed multi channel voting system is suitable for several countries. We compare the cost of this voting system with the traditional one in different scenarios with the help of a new metric.