Only Honest, Inc., Announces Partnership with Rock the Vote and Impressive Round of Funding

Only Honest, Inc., a video sharing website that allows users to debate political topics and be rewarded for popular ideas, announced a new strategic partnership with election powerhouse Rock the Vote.

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The ease and speed with which we raised our first round of capital shows that people have a real desire for honest political conversation,” stated Michael Hopkins, Only Honest’s Founder.

(PRWEB) July 12, 2012

Only Honest, Inc., a non-partisan political website that allows users to upload videos expressing their opinions about political topics and be rewarded for popular ideas, this morning announced its new partnership with well-known voter registration advocate, Rock the Vote. As a result of the partnership, Only Honest users will be able to register to vote in the 2012 elections on the Only Honest website beginning on August 15, 2012. Only Honest will also include a new discussion topic in its virtual public square asking users to share why they pledge to Rock the Vote.

News of the partnership comes on the heels of Only Honest successfully raising its first round of funding from unnamed investors in Washington, DC. "The ease and speed with which we raised our first round of capital shows that people have a real desire for honest political conversation,” stated Michael Hopkins, Only Honest’s founder. “Only Honest isn’t just a website, it’s an organic public square where ideas can be exchanged. Our goal is to get more Americans engaged in the political process and registered to vote. Our partnership with Rock the Vote and our infusion of capital ensures our ability to do just that.”

Only Honest launches August 15, 2012

ABOUT ONLY HONEST: Only Honest is a video sharing website that provides a virtual public square where users can debate political topics. It’s a platform that allows citizens to share ideas, express opinions, like other users’ contributions, and be rewarded for having the most popular ideas. Its goal is to take average Americans off of the sidelines and put them at the center of the political debate as participants instead of bystanders.


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