This July 4, Celebrate the Spirit of 1776 Online, at

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MyGov365, the social network for civic engagement, is offering all Americans the opportunity to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday by making some fireworks of their own with free 1776-character digital soapboxes.

The digital soapboxes are free to all citizens, organizations and elected officials. Users can type up to 1776 characters to share their thoughts of what the Fourth of July means to them. The 1776 character limit honors the year that the American colonies separated from Great Britain.

“Independence Day is one of the most significant events in American history. We wanted to provide a fun and easy way for everyone to express themselves, collectively in one spot," said Jay Resio, MyGov356 president.

To participate, visit and click on the 4th of July Celebration banner. Digital soapboxes will be available from June 30th through July 6th. The comments shared online will be archived at once the celebration is complete.

In addition to the digital soapboxes celebrating the Fourth of July, offers users the tools to search, review, comment and vote on legislation, read bill summaries, participate in polls, stay connected to government entities and elected officials, and much more.

About MyGov365    
MyGov36 is the social network for civic engagement, a non-partisan, real-time communication network for civic and government data on the local, state and national levels. provides a single, comprehensive destination for relevant information about all things politics, civics and government. also provides non-profits, public agencies, public officials and political candidates a suite of powerful tools to engage constituents and stakeholders. These tools create a 24/7 feedback loop to enhance the quality of the legislative and civic process for citizens and government on all levels.

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