2014 © PollVault LLC
PollVault for
Organizations
Getting Started Guide
September 18, 2014
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 2
What is PollVault?
PollVault is a free, non-partisan
democracy platform that makes voting...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 3
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Publishing your organization’s voting guide on
Poll...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 4
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Organizations sign up at: https://www.pollvault.com...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 5
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Step 3: Create organization profile
Complete the for...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 6
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Step 4: View profile or
create voter guide
Once your...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 7
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Step 5: Create voter guide
To create your voter gui...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 8
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Step 6: Endorsement dialog
Select the positions you...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 9
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Step 7: Endorsements posted
As you complete your vo...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 10
Publishing voter guides on PollVault?
Step 8: Share your endorsements
Share your profile ...
2012 © PollVault • Confidential 11
PollVault white-label for organizations
How it works
PollVault can host a site with your...
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PollVault — Create & Share Free Online Voter Guides

PollVault is a free, non-partisan democracy platform that makes voting simple and social by hosting all voter guides in one place, nationwide. Voters see their sample ballots alongside the candidate and ballot measure endorsements of advocacy groups, the media, and politically savvy friends. Informed voting is as simple as choosing trusted advisors to guide you. Subscribing campaigns and advocacy groups freely publish voter guides on PollVault, and use our pool of active undecided voters to grow their membership. Pollsters purchase our real-time polling data in geographic and demographic cross sections. And partners white-label our digital ballot to enrich their online & mobile websites. After a successful 2012 nationwide launch as the official ballot tool of Rock the Vote, PollVault has scaled dramatically for the 2014 election cycle, hosting all 50 state primaries and general elections. Having graduated from the Points of Light Civic Accelerator as a founder-funded for-profit venture, we welcome collaboration with who share our vision of an engaged electorate and who prioritize the social returns of the platform.
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  • 1. 2014 © PollVault LLC PollVault for Organizations Getting Started Guide September 18, 2014
  • 2. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 2 What is PollVault? PollVault is a free, non-partisan democracy platform that makes voting simple and social by aggregating all voter guides in one place, nationwide. Voters see their sample ballots alongside the candidate and ballot measure endorsements of advocacy groups, the media, and politically savvy friends. Informed voting is as simple as choosing trusted advisors to guide you. Subscribing campaigns and advocacy groups use our pool of active undecided voters to grow and to inform their membership by publishing profiles and voter guides on PollVault. Pollsters purchase our real-time polling data in geographic and demographic cross sections. And partners use our premium white-label offering to enrich their election season offerings. PollVault.com home page PollVault Ballot
  • 3. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 3 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Publishing your organization’s voting guide on PollVault is easy. If you should need help with any questions, please email us at: contact@pollvault.com Step 1: Sign up Sign yourself up on PollVault using your organization email address. Complete your personal registration, click the link in your validation email, and login. Important: for security reasons, your email address must match your website name. For example: jane.doe@yourorganization.org can be the admin for: http://www.yourorganization.org on PollVault, but jdoe@gmail.com cannot. PollVault sign up form
  • 4. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 4 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Organizations sign up at: https://www.pollvault.com/polls/orgs Step 2: Add your organization Visit the PollVault for Organizations link: https://www.pollvault.com/polls/orgs and click the link to sign your organization up for PollVault: https://www.pollvault.com/polls/org_create_profile A A
  • 5. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 5 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Step 3: Create organization profile Complete the form to create a profile for your organization. Note: Your profile image will come from your Facebook page, and your social feed will come from Twitter so please complete these optional fields. (See note ) B B
  • 6. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 6 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Step 4: View profile or create voter guide Once your organization has been created, you can: View the public profile Log in as the organization, and begin creating a voter guide D C C D
  • 7. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 7 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Step 5: Create voter guide To create your voter guide, click next to any candidate or ballot measure to open the endorsement dialog. E EF F PollVault ballot
  • 8. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 8 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Step 6: Endorsement dialog Select the positions you would like to display in your voter guide, and add commentary with additional information about the choice. Select your position: Yes No Provide information only Add commentary explaining your position Click Save to return to the ballot and record your selections H G I G H I PollVault endorsement dialogue
  • 9. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 9 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Step 7: Endorsements posted As you complete your voter guide, your endorsements automatically become visible to voters in the relevant electoral districts. Your voter guide appears in ballot page listings for relevant electoral districts
  • 10. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 10 Publishing voter guides on PollVault? Step 8: Share your endorsements Share your profile URL and your endorsements URL with voters via email and on social media. J J Select to view and share endorsements from your public profile Shared endorsements
  • 11. 2012 © PollVault • Confidential 11 PollVault white-label for organizations How it works PollVault can host a site with your organization’s look and feel in order to provide a seamless experience for voters coming from your site to our ballot. Since we host the entire website, little or no technical expertise is needed from your team. If you are interested in this premium offering, please email contact@pollvault.com for a demo. High profile examples of PollVault’s white-label customers include Rock the Vote, HeadCount, and CommonCause. Rock the Vote white-label example

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