United Americans Launch In-Your-Hand Ability to Vote on Issues Affecting Country

United Americans uses technology to connect all Americans via text messaging.

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Many Americans believe that their voices are not being heard by their elected officials, and want to have an active participation in the decision-making of situations like the recent Syria conflict. Our organization is helping their voices to be heard.

United States (PRWEB) September 10, 2013

United Americans, a political organization whose mission is to build a consensus voice among American citizens across all 50 states via mobile technology, takes the technology of text messaging polling and voting to an entirely new level. United Americans link its members’ State Voter ID with each person’s cellphone during registration to validate responses, and deliver the data to the applicable Government representatives so that every participating American’s voice is heard to create change.

United Americans poll its participants, which could one day be the entire country, once a week by sending out a text message question to all registered cell phones. Answers of the U.S. citizens are gathered, instantly graphed, and displayed on the organization’s website as they are submitted. Further data analysis is also possible due to members of United Americans demographic information that is submitted voluntarily on its member profiles such as income, age, gender, and party affiliation. This member-owned copyrighted information will be used to inform the American people, and be presented to members of Congress, to inform them how their specific constituents voted on issues. This provides Representatives better communication with their voters and ultimately represent their respective districts accordingly.

United Americans’ text-questions focus on the top issues plaguing the United States in the current environment like: Education, Obamacare, Economy, Immigration, and Environmental issues. The organization will orchestrate dialogues, and gather solutions to be displayed on its website at http://www.unitedamericans.com. Weekly nationwide conference calls with “breakout rooms” hosted by United Americans is another valuable resource for Americans to discuss and educate themselves with other citizens regardless of affiliation or demographic.

“America is stronger when its citizens work together. I am reminded of the unity we experienced after 9-11,” said United Americans Founder, Michael Smith. “On 9-12, the American people came together to support one another and work toward a common goal. Race, economic status, political affiliation, or religion was not a factor during this time.”

United Americans has created a simple, engaging, and effective platform for Americans to become involved and actively participate in the political process. While the numbers continue to grow, United Americans is slated to be the “go to”, trans-partisan, and respected organization for all American citizens.

“Our goal for United Americans is to bring people back into the political process, and become more involved in democracy,” Smith said. “Many Americans believe that their voices are not being heard by their elected officials, and want to have an active participation in the decision-making of life-altering situations like the recent Syria conflict. Our organization is helping their voices to be heard.”

For more information and to become involved as a registered member, visit United Americans website at: http://www.unitedamericans.com, or simply text ASK ME to 89800. To schedule an interview with United Americans, please contact Sherri Candland at 801-209-7762.

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About United Americans:
United Americans, a Utah based corporation, helps ring loud and clear the voice of the American people in all 50 states. Founded in May of 2013, United Americans have consistently asked Americans for their votes and have helped give a voice to the opinions and solutions shared via a text-based voting platform that links voter ID’s to their cell phone numbers. To get involved with United Americans or to find out more information or visit: http://www.UnitedAmericans.com and http://www.Twitter.com/Unite_Americans.