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1 Should Campaign Technology Be Open Sourced? Open Source During a Presidential Campaign Ryan Resella

2 About - Ryan Resella  2011 Code for America Fellow  Technical Lead at Code for America  Engineer at Obama for America 2012  Senior Engineer at

3 Technology Team - Obama for America

4 Obama for America 2012

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9 @RyanResella

10 Obama for America

11 Obama for America

12 Obama for America 2012  Voter Contact Team -Applications -Call Tool -Incident Tracking -Polling Place Lookup -Voter Registration -Get Out The Vote

13 Obama for America

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15 GottaRegister.com  All online voter registration was funneled through this system  Over one million voter registration forms downloaded  Margin of

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18 GottaRegister.com  Just before signing off, Obama mentioned GottaRegister.com, the campaign’s official voter registration site, and 30,000 people registered to vote from that link. “And he didn’t even hyperlink the fucking thing, so they, like, actually copy-and-pasted it, and opened up a new tab, and put it in,” said a senior official. -Source: Buzfeed

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20 Should campaign technology be open

21 #1 Any of the Campaign Technology open

22 Case study: Voter Registration

23 Open Source Voter

24 Open Source Voter

25 Open Source Voter

26 Open Source Voter

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28 Front of

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30 Popular Repos on

31 Code Available on

32 #2 Legal

33 Hacker News

34 Licensing

35 Licensing

36 Licensing

37 Now Open

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40 Everyone

41 Ryan Resella on Twitter  Github – 


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