Learn about civic hacking and watch the regional and national election results arrive in real time.
Hear from speakers from Second Avenue Learning will discuss and demo their Elections Ed that uses real data from historical elections to allow you to run your own elections.
Then hack the night away on current projects or propose new civic hacking projects with new friends!
Pizza and other consumables will be provided. Please RSVP so we know how much to buy.
Who: Open to the public (not just RIT Students) just be sure to RSVP.
When: Tuesday, November 7th. 5:00pm-11pm (or whenever results are decided).
Where: RIT Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction, and Creativity (MAGIC). Building 87, Room 1600. Parking is available in "S" Lot, near crossroads dining hall.
The Election Night Hackathon is possible thanks to the RIT MAGIC Center and RedHat.