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Read what people are saying about us, and find out what we can do for you.

Democracy Engine fills a void in the political fundraising sphere by offering online tools to organizations to engage their membership in supporting candidates and causes, and a community fundraising platform that empowers their members and members' networks to support candidates and the organization.

Democracy Engine is a bellwether for politics.

"Democracy Engine is a bellwether for politics. The need is there, the organizations are there, the people are there. This is the kind of fundraising innovation the Left has been waiting for."

- Lara Bergthold, Chair of the Board of Directors
  People For the American Way

In the 2008 cycle...

"In the 2008 cycle, HRC PAC started using Democracy Engine, and we were instantly impressed. Democracy Engine's system is incredibly easy to use, allows for instant updates and editing, and made reporting effortless. Many of our donors and bipartisan candidates have thanked HRC for having such a simple and useful system."

- Mike Mings, PAC Director
  Human Rights Campaign

Together, Jonathan, Erik and Josh make for a truly innovative team.

"Together, Jonathan, Erik and Josh make for a truly innovative team. They have worked hard to build a visionary yet practical platform, one that will be taking politics well into the 21st century."

- Jackson Dunn, National Finance Director
  Democratic National Committee (2001-2005)

What makes Democracy Engine such a powerful tool is its flexibility.

Each time we came up with a new way we wanted to fundraise for our candidates, we discovered that the platform could accommodate our needs -- it really could go with us.... The power and simplicity of this platform allowed us to engage our existing members, significantly grow our list, and dramatically multiply our technology investment into serious hard dollars for our endorsed candidates.

- Ilana Goldman, President
  Women's Campaign Forum (2005-2009)