I'm using my blog to test a new and faster way to publish election results. Here are some of the things we're planning to do at the Freeman
We've created (still working on completion, so bear with us if there's stuff missing still) a spreadsheet that will constantly update election results as they come in. Here's a preview, with empty results, obviously.
All you have to do is hit refresh every now and then. But how do you know when results are in, right? For that, we'll have a CoverItLive container, with all the people at the Freeman who are working on Election Day stories, pretty much all of us. The best part is that CoverItLive allows YOU to chime in. I'll be moderating that as well, to include relevant comments and questions.
In addition, we're including a SeeClickFix Election Problems report widget on our site so that you can tell everyone if there is a problem at the polls. We'll be monitoring those as well.
Let me know what you think, what we can do better, or any other ideas you might have. And don't forget to vote on Tuesday.
Otherwise, the terrorists win.
Labels: Daily Freeman, elections, Idealab, JRC, SeeClickFix