"A voting system geared for people making everyday decisions"

Announcement / Release
around 2006
June 19, 2015
Birth Place
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America


Selectricity is a Web-based voting system that supports anonymous and voter-verifiable balloting, and includes an election-methods library that implements a variety of election techniques, including several preferential systems. Unlike most voting projects, Selectricity does not attempt to address the issues raised in mainstream political elections. Instead, it provides a simple set of tools that small groups and organizations can use to incorporate computationally complex decision-making into new areas, and for purposes where they ordinarily would find such decision-making prohibitively complex. By supporting a variety of election methods, it provides a way for users to explore and compare the effects of different voting systems and, ultimately, come to better decisions.

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