As a new U.S. president begins his term, two start-ups focused on civic engagement are joining forces. Brigade, which lets voters connect with others, has acqui-hired Voter co-founder and CEO Hunter Scarborough, whose app matches voters to candidates with
Brigade, the world's first network for voters, welcomes Voter founder & CEO Hunter Scarborough to the team as we ramp up for 2017, when millions of Americans will participate in state and local elections that impact their daily lives and millions more wil
Civic engagement startup Brigade announced on Monday that it has brought on board Hunter Scarborough, the cofounder and chief executive of Voter, a political matchmaking startup. The move was done as an acqui-hire.
Americans are just one day away from finding out who their next President will be and the clock is ticking for many undecided voters. With over 250,000 downloads and named the #1 election app by Wired and the New York Times, Voter might be able to help th
Deciding who to vote for this election is as easy as finding a date on Tinder. Hunter Scarborough, '12 public relations and advertising alumnus created a smartphone application called Voter, which matches people to politicians based on their views on majo
A new mobile app is being billed as the "Tinder for politics." The app, called Voter, allows users to swipe right or left on issues in order to be given a candidate who fits their issues. Creator of the app, Hunter Scarborough, spoke to CBSN about his cre
Voter is a political matchmaking game that borrows its swipe right, swipe left style from Tinder. You vote on various issues, including legalizing marijuana and repealing Obamacare, then are matched with politicians who share your views.
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Swiping right won’t find you a hubby on this fun app… it’ll find you your next POTUS. That’s right, just like popular dating apps, Voter analyzes public stances, voting records and speeches to create easy-to-understand questions that will find you your id
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Voter will help you find out who fits your viewpoint-report your stances on various issues by swiping right or left, and it'll match you with politicians on your ballot who most closely mirror your views.
The presidential election race is entering its final phase. The next few weeks will be crucial for candidates as they battle to occupy the Oval Office and obtain one of the most powerful positions in the world.
Voter is popular, and its core function is easy to grasp: It uses swipe gestures to test which way your political leanings go, and then suggests political “matches” that line up with your interests and beliefs.
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This election cycle millions of people still have no idea who they'll vote for in November. Trump or Clinton? Or maybe one of the candidates from the other parties. A free app will help you decide. It's sort of like 'Tinder' for presidential candidates.
Voter App While most of people have already decided whom to vote for in the presidential election, there are still quite a few undecideds. A new app, called 'Voter,' promises to help bring more clarity about candidates based on their stances on issues and
While most of people have already decided whom to vote for in the presidential election, there are still quite a few undecideds. A new app, called 'Voter,' promises to help bring more clarity about candidates based on their stances on issues and one's own
Open the App Store and search "election." Similar to 2012, games appear that offer users a path to win the Electoral College. Apps advertise tailored election news, or ways to support Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. And in this election, a new mobile pl
If you're daunted at the prospect of wading into 2016's political morass, we get it. The facts and fictions and stances and "pivots" of year's election cycle are about as transient as the stuff in your Twitter feed. Staying on top of it all is difficult,
Certainly, nothing is more divisive, confounding and flat-out infuriating than politics in the US today. For many voters, keeping up with who believes what in a political race is more than half the battle.