Who Needs Congress When Citizens Can Vote on Congressional Bills?

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Votetocracy.com launches a platform that allows citizens to vote on every bill in congress and send those votes to their representatives. Votetocracy tallies both votes and distributes both disagreement and agreement outcomes to all parties making transparency of congress and citizen's concerns a reality.

http://www.Votetocracy.com is a place where every citizen can access every bill currently in congress, vote on those bills and send their votes to their representatives. Votetocracy is designed to make the bills in congress actionable for citizens.

Votetocracy is a radically new way for citizens to interact with their government. Traditionally, citizens elect representatives, they vote on bills on our behalf. Citizens looking to get involved could write letters or make phone calls to representatives. What is not exposed with these efforts is the potential solidarity of these citizens. "Imagine tens of thousands of people calling their representatives to vote NO on a bill. Who would ever know how many called, or how they voted" says David Kraljic, President of Votetocracy when asked about the benefits of Votetocracy.

Votetocracy.com is designed serve citizens by making getting involved in the issues that affect their lives easy. Members of Votetocracy choose categories of interest. Congressional Bills in these categories that show activity are emailed directly to members, making citizens immediately aware that they should take action.

Health Care Reform is just one example where citizens are highly activated. While discussion is necessary, action is critical. With Votetocracy citizens have an actionable and immediate step to take when concerned about an issue.

While much of this congressional data has been available for some time, it is very difficult to find and more difficult to use. Bills are organized in categories such as economy and taxes, environmental and energy. The bills and all corresponding data shown on Votetocracy are sourced directly from government websites. Votetocracy presents this information in a completely non-partisan way, leaving the decision making up to citizens.

For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Peter D'Allesandro or visit http://www.votetocracy.com.

Peter D'Allesandro, director public relations
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