E-Democracy.org is proposing a Minnesota version of the Sunlight Foundation’s Great American Hackathon on December 12th. No matter the civic-spirited code you write or open source projects you contribute to, this will be a chance to meet other programmers in Minnesota interested in online government transparency, the reuse of government data, online civic engagement etc. […]
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Continuing our strategic plan conversation … E-Democracy.Org’s humble beginnings started with the world’s first election information website in 1994 focused on Minnesota. We hosted content from everyone – candidates, government, media, the League of Women Voters. We organized an online candidate debate and when the election was over people in our MN-POLITICS e-mail forum kept […]
The E-Democracy.Org project blog has been fairly active for about 6 weeks now. When Steve Clift set it up, I was a little bit skeptical about how useful it would be and whether or not it would be worth the time. It took me several weeks to post my first entry, but was hooked almost […]
I just got this message from E-Democracy.Org volunteer, David Stein: MyBallot goes national !!! I’ve wanted to say that for quite some time. As of right now, www.myballot.net covers the entire state of Florida for eight state wide offices (over 400 candidates). For four years, MyBallot has been a one state show – and now […]
What do Minnesota and Florida have in common? Their ballot and polling place data from their Secretary of State’s allow us to offer easy access to who in ony ballot and where do you vote. Thank you Minnesota and Florida. Launched in 2002 by volunteer David Stein (thank you!), MyBallot.Net 2006 is now open with […]
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