RRC Projector – October 25th, 2010
Two Red River College instructors hope their election website will encourage more students to show up at the polls on Oct. 27.
Winnipeg Free Press – October 23rd, 2010
Information-technology instructors Kyle Geske and Jody Gills created the non-profit website winnipegelection.ca in July to provide voters with more information about mayoral, council and school-trustee candidates.
As of Friday, their repository included 1,082 election articles, compiled form a variety of Winnipeg media websites, as well as 83 questionnaires completed by candidates.
Winnipeg Filipino Journal – October 22nd, 2010
Winnipeg’s newest citizen election website WinnipegElection.ca sent questionnaires to all trustees.
CBC TV News Manitoba – October 19th, 2010
Co-Founder Jody Gillis was featured as part of a story on the effect of social media on election campaigns.
CBC TV News Manitoba – October 4th, 2010
Featured as part of a story on advanced voting for the 2010 Winnipeg election.
CBC Radio Noon Winnipeg – October 4th, 2010
Co-founder of Winnipegelection.ca Kyle Geske was interviewed by Marilyn Maki of Radio Noon. Listen to a portion of the interview (as featured in a CBC EAL podcast).
The Uniter – September 16th, 2010
Anyone serious about voting in the upcoming election will want to check out www.winnipegelection.ca, a website that features the latest news, information about previous civic elections and info on how you can determine what your ward is if you don’t already know.
Uptown Magazine – September 9th, 2010
Recently launched, Winnipegelection.ca is a new online resource for Winnipeggers looking to get up to speed before heading to the polls. Along with gathering election news, the site also offers information on candidates for city council, linking you to their websites, email addresses, Facebook pages, Twitter accounts and, in some cases, their YouTube feeds.