Wes got his start building PCs in high school as a part-time job and has been geeking out ever since. He got involved in progressive politics in 2004 when he joined the online organizing team of the Public Interest Network. There, he worked with over 75 different non-profit organizations to help them craft and execute online fundraising and advocacy campaigns. In 2010, he began building voter registration and virtual phone banking tools used by tens of thousands of people in the 2010 election cycle. He currently lives in Denver with his wife and two boys. When not making the Internet safe for democracy, he enjoys brewing beer and spending time in the mountains.