Liquid Democracy

Stories or posts about Liquid Democracy

I’m on board, or at least intrigued, by this whole liquid democracy idea. How do we get there from here? There are three paths to liquid democracy: pressuring elected officials […]

Without the need to contact millions of people to make the case for your election, campaign spending in support of or against an individual will most likely fall dramatically. Individual […]

There several ongoing projects directly related to Liquid Democracy in the US and around the world. In addition, there are a number of projects trying to apply cutting edge tech […]

Liquid Democracy

Liquid Democracy is a replacement to the current widely used system of Representative Democracy, whereby instead of intermittently electing representatives to craft laws, voters vote on legislation and make other governmental […]

Liquid democracy resolves most of the problems existing in our current system by refocusing politics from elections and individual candidates or office holders to policy. Power goes from being decentralized […]

BlogTalkRadio has an interview with Alex Tate, the founder of Flux USA. Flux, initially formed in Australia, uses a variation of liquid democracy called issue-based direct democracy (IBDD). IBDD is similar […]