Announcing The Follow My Vote Kickstarter Reboot!

OK, so we didn’t quite make our initial goal of $3.2 million on Kickstarter. But, the Follow My Vote team does not give up so easily. Today, we’re announcing our Kickstarter campaign reboot! We learned tricks, tips, and lessons from our first campaign. We even made a blog post titled “8 Mistakes To Avoid When Launching Your Kickstarter.” Everything we learned …

Follow My Vote Launches Crowdfunding Campaign To Change The World

On April 13 2016, Follow My Vote launched an epic crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. We are developing verifiable open-source blockchain voting software, making voting honest and convenient, once and for all. Help us prove demand for our technology by donating to Follow My Vote’s Kickstarter Crowdfunding Campaign today! Watch us literally launch the campaign in this video: Join our movement on social …

Learn How to Start Your Own Online Petition

There are many great avenues you can choose from thanks to the beauty of the internet but further than the creation of an online petition, what are some things that you can do to make sure that your petition continues moving strong? This article takes a look at some great ideas that you can implement into your petition strategy to …

Too Close For Comfort

Today, President Obama signed a short-term agreement, which was created in Senate and passed by both houses of the United States Congress, to reopen the government and effectively suspend the enforcement of the debt limit until February 7th, 2014. Thankfully, due to the rare compromise from our elected officials, we just avoided crashing through the United States’ debt ceiling, an …

Crowdfunding Campaign Just Launched!

Today, we are excited to announce the launch of our crowdfunding campaign, one we hope will be a great success! Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have A Dream’ speech, a speech that changed the world…forever! To commemorate his historic speech, which took place on August 28th, 1963, thousands of people flocked to Washington …