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Monthly Archive August, 2007

Strategic Plan – Information and Civic Education – Goal 2

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 […]

Strategic Plan – Expanding and Supporting Issues Forums – Goal 1 Engagement

As promised, today we start a series of blog posts on specific sections of our strategic plan. Issues Forums are our number one priority. Our many-to-many model works. It has evolved over a decade of trial and error. The Achilles heal with this model is that it actually takes work up front, the technology is […]

A New Home for Minnesota Politics

In the aftermath of the bridge collapse on I-35W, E-Democracy.Org Issues Forum participants are coming online to share information and check up on each other. However, for some of the important discussions that need to take place, our network of local Issues Forums has proven insufficient for what really needs to be a state wide […]

Collapse of 35W Bridge In Mpls

photo by ebrandt78 Given that E-Democracy.Org is based in Minneapolis and many of our board members and volunteers are quite familiar with the I-35W bridge that spans the Mississippi – its safe to say that this tragedy has hit us pretty hard. Several of our volunteers and their families (including both Steve and myself) are […]

A new democracy movement – E-Democracy.Org shares its strategic plan

After six months of intensive deliberations and over 300 online survey responses from our participants and supporters, the E-Democracy.Org Board is proud to share our final strategic plan for 2007-2009 with you (also in PDF). In summary, together with your help we will: Dramatically expand local Issues Forum as part of our growing international network […]


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