The primary objective of is to build a "Community Library", meaning a knowledge base built by the members and from across social media, particularly Facebook.

You don't even have to be a member of the site, contributions can be submitted via social media like Facebook and Twitter, however site members participating as ScotVote Contributors can additionally create and edit content extensively across our site and open source repositories.

Social sharing digital democracy

A critical feature of modern politics is the hyper-active role supporters play online, not just through the regular supply of campaign news and upbeat messages, but also through the expertise in politics and economics that lays outside of the political parties themselves.

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