Splunking The Election

Splunk is passionate about recreating the way people act on information, and now we’re extending that passion to the 2020 US Presidential Election. We want to bring up-to-date election data from a variety of public sources to every citizen.

Splunk for Good Election Dashboards

Encouraging people to vote is important, and so is keeping people informed. As a result, Splunk and Splunk for Good are bringing you another set of public dashboards, much like the COVID-19 data public dashboards we brought to you back in March. These dashboards provide patterns and trends about the presidential race between President Donald Trump and Former Vice President Joe Biden. 

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We’re focusing on bringing transparency to polling and early voting data, and allowing you to understand this information wherever you are through our Splunk® Enterprise Dashboards app (beta) and suite of Splunk Connected Experiences products, so you can view this information on the go. 

With these beautiful, dynamic and functional dashboards, Splunk is committed to displaying and redistributing non-partisan information. We’ve hand selected open sources of data that will help inform people about election statistics. For example, some of the data we’re using comes from publicly available data courtesy of the U.S. Census, which is using Splunk to collect and analyze critical data and bring transparency to the election. 

Accessing These Dashboards 

We’re releasing these dashboards for public use. You can view them on a web browser, your mobile device, or in virtual reality.

Web Browser

To view these dashboards on the web, simply navigate to using any modern web browser. 


To view these dashboards on your mobile device, download the Splunk Mobile app. Scan this QR code to download the Splunk Mobile app now:

Or, click the following links:


Want to see the data in virtual reality? Grab a virtual reality headset, and explore the presidential election data in a 3D, 360° experience with the Splunk VR app. Leverage virtual reality as a fun and interactive platform for engaging people of all ages with the election. 

Splunk VR is supported on the Oculus Quest, Quest 2, Rift and Rift S. Download Splunk VR here.

Get Out and Vote!

Splunk wants to do its part to inspire and inform during the presidential election. We’re making sure Splunk employees set aside time to get out and vote this November 3rd, and hope you do the same. Use Splunk as an election data resource, get informed, and vote!

To learn more about voting, please visit:

To view these dashboards on your mobile device, download the Splunk Mobile app.

Scan this QR code to download the Splunk Mobile app now:

Or, click the following links:

This article was authored by Kriss Deiglmeier, Chief of Social Impact, Ryan O’Connor, Global Social Impact Manager for Splunk For Good and Chris Chan, Principal Software Engineer for Splunk Mobile.

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Kriss Deiglmeier is Splunk’s Chief of Social Impact and Splunk for Good. She has deep expertise in social innovation and a record of bringing business, government and communities together to support social impact solutions. As Splunk’s first Chief of Social Impact, Kriss is focused on leveraging Splunk’s unique position as the Data-to-Everything(™) company to drive social and environmental benefit. Kriss came to Splunk from the Tides Network, where she was CEO of the global foundation. Earlier in her career she was the founding Executive Director of the globally recognized Stanford Graduate School of Business Center for Social Innovation. She is recognized as a social innovator, is a frequent speaker at global events, and was recently listed among the “50 Most Influential Women in U.S. Philanthropy” by Philanthropy Insider. Kriss has also served on a number of boards, and advisory groups. She received her BA from the University of Washington, and her MBA from UC Berkeley. Kriss is a world traveler and has lived internationally with her husband and children.

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