Civic*Celerator Apps Walkthrough
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A walkthrough of the applications from the Civic*Celerator in partnership with Common Cause Hawaii and Hawaii Open Data to develop applications based on Hawaii campaign spending data.

A walkthrough of the applications from the Civic*Celerator in partnership with Common Cause Hawaii and Hawaii Open Data to develop applications based on Hawaii campaign spending data.

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  • 1. A Walk-thru of Civic*Celerator Apps
  • 2. Candidate Filing Information Team Leader: Royce Jones Description: Combines The Office of Elections’ candidate filing data and the Campaign Spending Commission’s campaign finance data in a web map application.
  • 3. Step 1: Select the office you’ d like to see Step 2: Click on the icons for detailed candidate info
  • 4. Precincts Map Team Leader: Royce Jones Description: Allows users to find their voting precincts and see which offices will be on their ballot. Also provides a link to the “Funding a Hawaii State Legislature Race” app.
  • 5. Step 1: Enter your address Step 2: Click on your house to see your precinct info
  • 6. Hawaii Campaign Spending Data Team Leader: Jason Axelson Team Members: Jill Misawa, Kyle Oba Description: Provides voters and the general public with an intuitive view of how Hawaii lawmakers are utilizing their campaign funds.
  • 7. View expenditures by different categories. This view is by office.
  • 8. Hover and click on the different circles to get more detailed information about candidate expenditures. FYI: The size of the circles are relative to the amount spent by the candidate from the cumulative total spent by category
  • 9. Funding a Hawaii State Legislature Race Team Leader: Ben Trevino Team Members: David Wang, Alex Bergo, Viil Liid Description: Provides donation details made to each legislative race for the past 4 election periods. Visually organizes donations and fundraiser data on a timeline; groups donations by sources (immediate family, individuals, noncandidate committees, etc.)
  • 10. Step 1: Hover over a district to see the House and Senate races for that area Step 2: Click on a race and year to view fundraising details
  • 11. Contributions received by the candidate Hover over the circles to see donation details
  • 12. Contribution details by contributor type Hover over circles to see donor name and amount given
  • 13. Kohoike.org: A Search Application for the Hawaii State Campaign Spending Commission Contributions Database Team Leader: Rich Halverson Team Members: Davis Kurihara-Nakasu, UH Shidler’s ITM 352 class and the ITMA Club Description: Kohoike.org is a website that allows users to search contributions within the Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission’s database
  • 14. Many categories to search by Other categories include: candidate name search, non- candidate name search and individual donor name search
  • 15. Polydex Hawaii Team Leader: Derek Ahn Team Members: Kingtak Wong, Ray Farias, Jason Piros, Tyler Boright Description: It uses graphics to help the public “see” when local legislators are collecting the most money. Currently, the data shown is only for elected legislators for 2013-2014.
  • 16. House and Senate members are listed alphabetically, navigate by using the arrow buttons This graph shows amount of contributions the legislator received over time
  • 17. Scroll down the page to see this graph which shows the amount of contributions received by contributor type (immediate family, individuals, noncandidate committees, etc.)
  • 18. More information and links to all apps can be found at: www.civic.celerator.org Sponsored by Voqal Common Cause Hawaii and Hawaii Open Data