New Website Makes it Easy to Run for Congress Online and for Free

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The Virtual Congress is the first site which makes it easy and free for anyone interested in politics to challenge a sitting member of Congress. All of the campaigning takes place in a virtual environment. In a matter of minutes people who do not have the time or money to run for the "real" Congress can enter a race against any of the 435 elected members of Congress.

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This year, the balance of power will be determined by the membership in the Congress, current activities on The Virtual Congress are a strong predictor of upcoming changes.

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The Virtual Congress (http://www.thevirtualcongress.com) is the first site which makes it easy and free for anyone interested in politics to challenge a sitting member of Congress. All of the campaigning takes place in a virtual environment. In a matter of minutes people who do not have the time or money to run for the "real" Congress can enter a race against any of the 435 elected members of Congress. "This year, the balance of power will be determined by the membership in the Congress, current activities on The Virtual Congress are a strong predictor of upcoming changes."

On The Virtual Congress it is easy to challenge a member of Congress. Included in The Virtual Congress is the ability to easily create and maintain a political blog, vote on key issues, post opinions on any and all Bills, post campaign videos and photos, and many other exciting activities which before now were exclusively limited to people with money and resources.

"I am excited about the interest that has already been stirred by the site. I believe this will increase the interaction between regular American voters and their elected Members of Congress. It will certainly have a tremendous impact on upcoming elections."

The site is the creation of Chuck Lanza well known public safety professional and former public administration professor. During a recent interview, Chuck commented, "I've always wanted to run for public office but was too busy with work and family to commit the time and money. I developed The Virtual Congress so people like me could get involved and possibly make a difference." When asked about the future of the site, Chuck stated, "I am excited about the interest that has already been stirred by the site. I believe this will increase the interaction between regular American voters and their elected Members of Congress. It will certainly have a tremendous impact on upcoming elections." Challenge your Member of Congress or pick any of the 435 members. Blog or comment on a policial blog. It's easy, free and all within The Virtual Congress.

The presidential election 2008 between Senators Obama and McCain has increased interest in the congress. Senator President Reid and House Speaker Pelosi are being challenged in the new version of The Virtual Congress. The Democrats currently hold a majority in the House but do not have a filibuster proof hold of the Senate. See how The Virtual Congress is helping future candidates hone their political skills.

Anyone interested in running for The Virtual Congress should go to the website and follow the simple instructions. Or click on the sample video prepared by Chuck Lanza.

Chuck Lanza is available for interviews. He can be contacted at 954-559-5667.

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