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Voter assistance tech seeks to help inform voters about their choices in elections and where and how they can vote.

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Guides.vote

Guides.vote produces nonpartisan voters guides that show where candidates stand. They’re produced by veteran journalists with links to credible sources. Whether you vote by mail or head to the polls, our guides let you do it with confidence

Alloy Protect

Safeguard voters’ rights with data-driven insights. Alloy Protect is an email report that helps election protection groups defend voter rights through transparent, timely access to voter file insights and data.

The Citizens Agenda newsroom guide

The citizens agenda is a way for news organizations to ensure that voters get the information they need from the politicians competing for their votes, in order to make the best decisions they can. The approach can be used for any type of election: school board, local government, state government, national or otherwise. In order for newsrooms to adopt a new kind of thinking, process and behavior, it takes more than one passionate person to make lasting change happen. This readiness assessment is designed to give you a sense of how easy or difficult it might be to get a citizens agenda model deployed in your newsroom, so you can go in with eyes wide open around any challenges.

African Elections Project

The African Elections Project : your authoritative African Elections Information and Knowledge online portal, covering elections across the continent

Mchaguzi

Mchaguzi is an independent web-based, voter-centred electoral intelligence toolkit designed and implemented by The Demography Project, to enhance citizen participation and engagement before, during and after the 2022 Kenyan General Election.

Vote Rookie

Vote Rookie is a digital platform allowing you to influence decisions and shape your community.

Real 411

Real411 was created to give all citizens the power to report digital disinformation during the run up to the 2019 South African National and Provincial Elections.

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