New Political Social Media Site Gets Voters’ Voices Heard

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Only Honest, Inc. Launches Video Sharing Site to Help Rock the Vote

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We want to take the average American off the sidelines and put them at the center of the political debate.” says Only Honest Founder Michael Hopkins.

Only Honest, Inc. introduces the first and only video-based political social media platform, which engages users to debate and elevate the most important issues facing our country. Beginning August 15, the public can post, comment, and share videos at, where the most popular ideas will be featured and rewarded.

Every month until the presidential election, Only Honest will run contests surrounding current hot-button topics, and videos with the most ‘likes’ will win prize packs, ranging from t-shirts to a trip to the nations capital.

“Our goal is two-fold: We want to increase the amount of registered voters, and engage the public to exchange ideas and opinions year-round,” says Only Honest Founder Michael Hopkins. “We want to take the average American off the sidelines and put them at the center of the political debate.”

That’s why this one-stop-political-shop recently partnered with election advocacy giant, Rock the Vote, allowing the public to register to vote at

Watch Only Honest’s video to find out more at Sign up to be heard.

Michael Hopkins – (202) 656-1517

About is the only political website that combines the sociability and sharing capabilities of Facebook and the video presentation of YouTube with a focus on American Politics.

About Rock the Vote: Rock the Vote's mission is to engage and build political power for young people in our country. Founded twenty-one years ago, Rock the Vote has registered more than five million young people to vote and has become a trusted source of information for young people about registering to vote and casting ballots. 

Rock the Vote is dedicated to building the political power of young people by engaging them in the electoral process, urging politicians to pay attention to issues that matter to young voters, and protecting their fundamental right to vote.

They use music, popular culture, new technologies, and grassroots organizing to motivate and mobilize young people in our country to participate in every election, with the goal of creating political and social change.

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