As of January 2020, the Pluribus Project site is no longer available. 
Political Game Changers
In April 2016, Pluribus Project launched a portfolio of “Political Game Changers”, primarily political campaign veterans, consultants, and researchers, from across the political spectrum to help future clients, mostly political campaigns take advantage of their expertise. The “game changers” were expected to identify the most effective campaign strategies to be applied to their respective clients.
The most notable strategies were a Republican digital strategist increasing primary voter turnout, an app to improve volunteer canvassing, ad blocking software by a libertarian student activist group, and an online platform used by union organizers at Walmart. 
Pluribus Project established an Indiegogo crowd-funding campaign with a goal of raising $100,000. It only reached 33% of its goal raising just over $33,000. 
Pluribus Project also received a $10,000 grant from the Stuart Family Foundation. 
As of 2016, Lucas Welch was the executive director of the Pluribus Project. A graduate of Brown University, he worked for ABC News and as a freelance filmmaker in the Middle East covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Later, in 2002, he founded Soliya, a cross-cultural exchange program which later joined other groups to become the Virtual Exchange Coalition.