MyBallot, E-Democracy's 20th Year!

Who is on your election ballot?


Our volunteer run MyBallot site is up. It is the easiest way to look-up who in on your ballot around. Minnesota, North Carolina, and Rhode Island so far.


In 1994, volunteers with Minnesota E-Democracy launched the world's first election information website.

As one of the first civic technology projects in the world, we have extensive lessons to share from today as well as insights from our early days.

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E-Democracy is a nonprofit pioneer fostering inclusive online engagement, global open government knowledge sharing, and innovative civic technology. Since 1994.

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A special thank you to the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for their support for our initiative and Open Twin Cities.

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