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Open Source Software Technology Uncategorized Voting Platform

The Difference Between Our Stake Weighted & One Person, One Vote Voting Systems

Follow My Vote develops end to end verifiable blockchain voting software for a variety of use cases. All code that Follow My Vote produces is open source and released under the GPLv3 or MIT software licenses. This means all end users can run, study, share and modify the software. Note* Official Follow My Vote software […]

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BREXIT: THE AFTERMATH

Well, it happened. The results came in this morning, Brexit won with 51.9% of the vote. The United Kingdom is on track to leave the European Union which will take approximately two years. The Dow Jones Index has dropped about 3% because of the news. The pound has dropped about 11% since yesterday, leading many […]

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Millennial Generation Continues to Grow, While Their Voter Participation Remains Stagnant

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the Millennial generation (18-34) has grown to surpass the Baby Boomers (51-69). Often revered as one of the greatest American generations, Baby Boomers accounted for 74.9 million of the American population in 2015. Millennials were projected to reach 75.3 million in 2015 and will peak in 2036. “The Millennial generation continues to grow as young […]

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Are Polls Still Reliable in 2016?

In a recent interview on NPR, Nate Silver, the founder of FiveThirtyEight, discussed if polls are still reliable in 2016. FiveThirtyEight is named after the number of votes in the electoral college and specializes in analyzing polls. Silver goes into detail on many areas of polling and discusses the bandwagon effect, herding, accuracy and the 2016 presidential […]

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South Carolina Democratic Primary: Clinton’s Landslide Victory Over Sanders

The South Carolina Democratic Primary was called relatively early on Saturday night with Clinton’s landslide victory over Sanders. Clinton took 73.5% of the vote and 39 delegates were added to her already sizable lead. Sanders struggled, collecting only 14 delegates, despite campaigning hard in the state. With the loss, the Sanders campaign will now have […]

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Party Politics vs. The People: Did the New Hampshire Primary Just Expose a Crack in Our Broken Primary System?

Eight Democratic superdelegates threw their votes to Hillary Clinton, despite Bernie Sanders overwhelmingly winning the popular vote in the New Hampshire Primary. Wait, what? While normal delegates are assigned based on popular vote, superdelegates are party insiders and get to vote for who they think will help advance the interests of the party. Superdelegates are the […]

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