No political parties. No campaign donors.

Candidate Requirements

​Interested in becoming a Technodemocratic Candidate? 

In 2016, Jason Hanania became the first technodemocratic candidate. 

​Technodemocratic candidates preferably meet the following requirements:

• You agree to serve as an independent representative (no party preference).
• You agree not to accept campaign donations.
• You agree to vote consistent with the majority interests of your constituents (the Evoting Service users).
• You agree to support the proposals that have the highest priorities for the users.
• You agree to resign if the users demand it.

Technodemocratic candidates operate independently and campaign as little or as much as they want.

Courtesy of Architecture of a Technodemocracy (2018).