May 24th, 2011
TurboVote is a service that makes voting by mail and voter registration as simple as renting a DVD with Netflix.
Seth Flaxman — Co-Founder and Executive Director of Democracy Works (and a former Berkman Center intern) — and Paul Schreiber — one of the software engineers behind Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign — talk about how, in two months for spare change, TurboVote built what the government couldn’t do for any price, and discuss the project’s legal, technical and philosophical issues.
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