The Challenge

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How might we design an accessible election experience for everyone? read the brief

Idea

Vote Never

No need to vote. Register all the needs of the community in a database. Hire the most qualified people to work on solving the issues. Voting veils the reality of things.
Countries are like companies, like it or not. There are strict laws that govern publicly traded institutes anyway.  Our presidents are surrounded by advisors all the the time. So, when citizens needs are saved in a database in a micro detailed fashion,  new high level needs other than what we know might emerge. 
How will this concept improve election accessibility for everyone?
EveRyone will register their needs and concerns using all types of media technologies.
How well does this concept adapt to the changing needs of different voter communities?
Everyone can register their needs using different media technologies.
What kinds of resources – whether time, money, people, partnerships, technology or otherwise – will be needed to get this concept off the ground?
Information technology.

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February 27, 2012, 15:25PM
Hi Sidi, interesting post! Any chance you could find an image to go along with it? Images help grab attention and tell a story with higher impact. You should be able to use the 'Update entry' button on the right of your post and follow the instructions to add images from there. We know occasionally people have issues uploading images so let us know by hitting the Support tab on the left hand side of most pages of our site if you face any problems. Looking forward to seeing more of your inspiring ideas on OpenIDEO.

Meena Kadri

February 27, 2012, 15:24PM
Interesting thoughts, Sidi. You might want to look over our Guiding Principles http://bit.ly/vote_guide – especially the innovating under constraints section. On this challenge we are keen to support existing electoral systems. Looking forward to fresh ideas from you stemming from the pointers outlined here.
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