Blacksburg, Va. — Follow My Vote has announced that they have been accepted into the Alpha Program at Web Summit 2015 in Dublin, Ireland. The global tech conference is scheduled to take place from November 3-5. "It is an honor and privilege to have been recognized by the Web Summit ALPHA selection committee as being one of the most disruptive and scalable software development startups in the world," states Adam Kaleb Ernest, Co-Founder and CEO at Follow My Vote. Forbes has called Web Summit “he new hot ticket on the tech conference scene.” The summit, which started 5 years ago, has grown tremendously, allowing companies to network, seek investors, and debut products and services to the world. This year, there are expected to be over 30,000 attendees (10,000 more than last year), over 800 journalists, and 1,000 of the world's top investors. Some companies and publications to note are Forbes, McDonald’s, The Guardian, BBC, Slack, Facebook, Tinder, and Coca-Cola. Follow My Vote is a nonpartisan organization born on the 4th of July in 2012, founded on the principles of freedom, as a tribute to the Founding Fathers of the United States. Follow My Vote’s mission is to promote truth and freedom by empowering individuals to communicate effectively and implement non-coercive solutions to societal problems. As a first step toward fulfilling the mission, Follow My Vote is taking on the challenge of improving the integrity standards of voting systems used in elections worldwide. "We could not be more excited about the opportunity to showcase our progress toward developing an open-source, end-to-end verifiable online voting software solution on a global level," Ernest adds. See their official website for more information on the company and vision for the future of voting: followmyvote.com.