Highlights from E-Democracy
In 1994, volunteers with Minnesota E-Democracy launched the world's first election information website. Today we continue that tradition with knowledge exchange and lesson sharing in addition to the one of a kind local online civic engagement online built on inclusion, open source and Creative Commons.
- #stpaul15 - Saint Paul Minnesota Election Information Directory for 2015
- Saint Paul Next - An experimental Facebook Group to raise new voices under 30
- Open Government and Civic Technology Facebook Group - Our group approaches 5,000 members
- E-Democracy lessons and trends presentations - Shared recently in Taiwan, the Philippines, and El Salvador
- Neighbors Forum Survey Results - Exciting data to share
- Open Twin Cities - Thrives with civic technology and open government
Today's Vibrant Exchange
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E-Democracy.org - Inspiring Inclusive Community Engagement Online
E-Democracy is a nonprofit pioneer fostering inclusive online engagement, global open government knowledge sharing, and innovative civic technology. Since 1994.
- Forums - Join our online groups
- Global Communities of Practice - The digital civic engagement and inclusion movement
- Engage Locally - Raising new voices, building real community change with 20,000+ participants
- Knowledge Exchange - Global open government news, communities of practice, and more
- Civic Technology - Open source, new tools, big ideas, Open Twin Cities and more
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