Legislative Software For Optimizing Congress And Policy
Every law that moves through Congress since 2005 has done so because of mass-manipulation coordinated advocacy software. If your group is not using it, your opposition is. Don’t get left behind.
Six seasoned advocacy IT data experts can have the same effect on elections, advocacy efforts and policy changes as sixty thousand volunteers, if those 6 experts know what they are doing. Ask these providers to bid against your current advocacy software providers and prove that you are 1.) up-to-date on the technology, 2.) getting the best bang-for-the-buck, and 3.) getting the most impact!
–Spoke: Spoke is a peer-to-peer texting platform for collaborative investigation with several forks under active development.
–Pollaris, A polling location lookup tool modified to track bad guys. You can integrate this with your website and other tools. An API is provided.
–Caucus App: A way to quickly calculate citizen and pro member evidence sets and report results from each investigator.
-Switchboard (FE and BE): This software takes new potential volunteers, or “hot leads,” from your online channels and assigns them to state or section-based based volunteer leads for personal follow up calls offering ways to get involved with the investigations. This is also a great tool for investiagtion team recruitment.
–Automated organizing email: Your teams can work together to scale email outreach to the widest possible audience and bypass any cover-up.
–Redhook: Investigations run on data, and redhook is a tool that makes data happen. As a system, Redhook ingests web hook data and delivers it to Redshift/Civis in near real time.
–I90: This tool makes a long file name or hard to remember legal evidence document into a short, easy-to-remember, link.
– opendata.cern.ch: The CERN Database Open Source that you can build the biggest data systems on Earth on, for free.
– https://github.com: One of the collaborative development nets