Brunswick, ME (PRWEB) July 6, 2006
Voter Lists LLC, a provider of online political campaign management software, has announced an unusual money back guarantee for skeptical candidates. Major party candidates who use its innovative Internet-based GOTVoters Online™ can get their money back if they don't get elected in November 2006.
GOTVoters helps political candidates to Get Out The Vote (GOTV) on Election Day. GOTVoters cleverly combines state-supplied registered voter records with Internet-based software developed by Voter Lists LLC.
GOTVoters enables political campaigns to manage voter information online. Campaign managers can filter registered voters by gender, ethnicity, age, and other criteria and assign them to campaign volunteers, who gather voters' opinions on key issues. Candidates then use the data to get only their supporters to the polls on Election Day.
Online at http://www.Voter-Lists.com, GOTVoters cuts political campaign costs by as much as 80% by allowing political campaign workers to use their own computers, Internet connections, and phones. GOTVoters eliminates the need for large political campaign offices with dozens of phones and computers. GOTVoters works with any computer through any Internet browser.
Typical costs, which include both the Internet-based software and many states' voter lists, are about $1,600 for a small mayoral campaign with 5,000 voters or $5,500 for a large judicial campaign with 200,000 voters.
If a candidate installs the software at least 60 days before Election Day, but doesn't get elected, Voter Lists LLC will refund the candidate's money.
Refunds are limited to the 'number 2' candidate in each election district. Only the candidate who receives the second-largest number of votes qualifies for a refund.
According to Voter Lists co-founder Donald Quaid, "GOTVoters levels the political playing field. Even independent candidates on limited budgets can use GOTVoters to get elected."
Brian Raub, Co-Founder
Voter Lists LLC
288 Mere Point Road
Brunswick, ME 04011