This is an alphabetical list of similar projects and open source software with a short description. If your project is not listed, please send us a message with your project’s website and description through our contact page.
AgoraOnRails – aims to revolutionize democracy by empowering citizens to directly vote real proposals extracted from the Spanish Congress official web page.
CIVS – Condorcet Internet Voting System.
Clerk – a specialized database server and user-interfaces for keeping votes. The unique architecture enables user-generated polls, secret or public votes, the ability to change your vote, and security from attack from the administrator.
Condorcet – A PHP library providing Condorcet and multiple others methods, like Schulze, Copeland, Minimax, Kemeny-Young, Ranked Pairs.
CryptoBallot – CryptoBallot is a secure election server daemon that does the grunt work to secure online voting for your web or mobile application.
DDP2P – Direct Democracy P2P.
Demos – an e-voting system developed by the research team of the program FINER.
e-cidadania – an open-source e-democracy web tool intended for citizen participation.
E-Vote – E-Vote is an open source system for secure, trusted, anonymous, and verifiable voting online.
Free-Vote – A complete system for Web Based elections & consults. Support for multiple, concurrent, fully programable elections, separate lists of voters, Web based user/lists/vote admin, email feedback, etc.
FREE e-democracy project – a project dedicated to creating the GNU.FREE Internet Voting system and also advocating Free Software in e-democracy.
GPGVote – GPGVote is a web-based e-voting system, based on PGP encryption.
Helios – end-to-end verifiable voting system.
OpenRCV – Software for tallying ranked-choice voting elections like IRV and STV.
Python Vote Core – implements various electoral methods, providing the results calculated off a provided set of ballots and options.
Ranked-Vote – a Ranked-Voting system for developers using GitHub.
Secret ballot – C/Linux server-client pubkey secret verifiable voting system.
Social Choice – a Python program to calculate the winner of well-known winner selection methods, including the plurality method, the runoff method, the elimination method, the Borda count, and the pairwise-comparison method (a.k.a. Condorcet method).
Solon – a software project for organising elections. It includes a program to create the lists of candidates, a program to do the actual voting, and a program to count votes.
Vocal Democracy – The Vocal Democracy Project is focused on the development of a phone-based voting system to be used in elections. The goal is to provide a reliable, intuitive and highly secure voting mechanism for voters with visual impairments and other disabilities.
Votanto – the first electronic voting system recognizable by humans.
VoteCounter – a distributed voting program which can handle multiple clients over a network.
VoteEngine – Software for tabulating votes in elections, particularly using uncommon methods (Nanson, Condorcet, etc.).
Votorola – an experimental technology for the public guidance of electoral systems, executive offices, legislatures, and other decision systems.
Votron – Android client for server side Condorcet style voting system.
Zeus – based on Helios voting system but instead of election results, Zeus produces a tally of the ballots cast.
Ekratia – real-time, representative and participatory democracy.
enhydris – A barebones simple majority voting system with delegates created as a proof of concept.
Kudocracy – a voting system where people can either directly approve or disapprove propositions associated to tags or delegate that decision.
liquid-democracy – initially created for Uniritter’s Java Development Course in 2013.
LiquidDemocracy-XXS – An Extremely Light Liquid Democracy Tool.
LiquidFeedback – an open-source software, powering internet platforms for proposition development and decision making.
MakeYourLaws – A project to convert the world to liquid democracy.
proxyfor.me – you provide information about yourself that will be used to match you to proxies that have already most likely voted like you would, if you had the time, experience, and motivation to properly research a proposal.
VoteFlow – Voting WebSite of the Future. Mesh Democracy, Liquid Democracy, Tree of topics – made with Django.
Proxy Voting/Liquid Democracy:
BlocVoting – a Haskell implementation for voting securely on a satoshi blockchain using liquid democracy.
e-Vox – Open e-Democracy Platform.
Follow My Vote – Open source end-to-end verifiable blockchain voting software.
PublicVotes – Publicly verifiable and Ethereum-based voting system.
PublicVoting – Public Voting System made trustworthy and verifiable through blockchain.
updn – Reddit-alike where submissions and voting use Bitcoin.
VotoSocial – A secure, decentralized, auditable and open platform for e-voting and vote counting that everybody can trust.
Adhocracy – a policy drafting and decision making software for distributed groups and open institutions by Liquid Democracy e.V.
Agora Voting – A secure open-source online voting software that protects the privacy of the vote and makes elections end-to-end verifiable.
Airesis – A decision making tool for direct democracy and e-government: participate in discussions, bring your ideas, suggest solutions and vote online.
Asturix People – A direct democracy system.
Democracy OS – an online space for deliberation and voting on political proposals.
IdeaBox – An application that lets an organization collect ideas, comment on them, and vote them up.
Konsento – Digital Direct Progressive Consensus Democracy.
Loomio – a collaborative decision-making tool that makes it easy for anyone to participate in decisions which affect them.
openDCN – on-line dedicated tools to support participation and deliberation.
Sovereign – a decentralized governance platform for small & large organizations.
Spokenvote – a Web-based social consensus tool for groups of any size, from a local school board to an entire nation’s people, that radically enhances the group’s ability to reach consensus via an intuitive democratic process.
The Internet’s Website – A forum focused on creating its own functioning government through organized debate and voting. Simple. Verifiable. Balanced.
Votebot – A collaborative writing platform built on top of GitHub, originally designed for open policymaking and manifesto writing.
Wasa2il – a participatory democracy software project. It is based around the core idea of polities – political entities – which users of the system can join or leave, make proposals in, alter existing proposals, and adopt laws to self-govern.
Your Priorities – an eDemocracy web application designed by the non profit Citizens Foundation to help groups speak with one voice.
Your Upinion – all opinions, on all subjects, no questions.
D-CENT – an Europe-wide project creating open, secure and privacy-aware tools for direct democracy and economic empowerment.
Liquid Democracy e.V. – a non-profit that creates and implements innovative concepts for e-participation.
DemocracyLab – a nonprofit organization aspiring to revolutionize politics by creating and curating online tools that engage communities to solve problems.
E-Democracy.org – a nonprofit pioneer fostering inclusive online engagement, global open government knowledge sharing, and innovative civic technology.
Lawgen – a project aimed for creating and promoting specialized tools for mass problem-solving and decision-making.
Matchism – a philosophy and a design for political, economic, and social systems that will provide an optimal fit for our inherent natures and our current level of technological development.
Navigator to Direct Democracy – a unique global information platform on modern participative democracy.
One Voice Now – to educate and give a voice to the people of our community by establishing the communication technology, which allows them to participate and have a continuous voice on governmental, political, and community issues.
Reinventing Democracy – increase youth participation and collaboration in decision making processes with regards to democratic governance by empowering young people from across the world to invent and propose new, innovative and concrete actions aiming at reinventing democracy by taking advantage of what the digital era has to offer.
VoteWrap – the ultimate consensus seeking, decision making process.
Direct Democracy Projects:
Aktiv Demokrati – a non-political party for realizing direct democracy in the Swedish parliament, using a mix of delegation and direct voting through the internet.
Direct Democracy Ireland – an Irish direct democracy political party.
Flux – an Australian political movement which aims to replace the world’s elected legislatures with a new system known as issue-based direct democracy.
MiVote – MiVote is an information platform that presents you with a variety of perspectives on all major issues up for debate in the Australian Parliament and many others that affect our lives, via the MiVote App.
Online Direct Democracy Party – an Australian Online Direct Democracy political party.
People’s Administration – a mainstream UK party for reform to Direct Democracy.
Frederic Edwin Church – The Heart of the Andes