aGREATER.US Offers Young Americans Access to Political Change As Unemployment Hits 18.6 Million for College Age Youth

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The United States Department of Labor released new statistics last week showing that this year the number of young people ages 16 to 24 years old who were employed in the month of July was the lowest number on record since record keeping began in 1948. With the employment outlook bleak for college aged youth and underemployment plaguing recent college graduates, a new free website is offering a solution by providing young Americans access to the power to change politics in 2012. aGREATER.US is a new site that seeks to change politics by delivering power back to the people.

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The new free website seeks to revolutionize politics by creating a competition to find the best ideas to make the United States greater.

“It’s free - anyone can join aGREATER.US online and rate bills, submit op-eds, submit bills into competition, and co-sponsor bills or choose to promote them through their social networks such as Facebook and Twitter,” said Jon Denn, CEO of aGREATER.US.

A new study by the U.S. Department of Labor shows the recession and unemployment continues to plague youth ages 16 to 24 as well as recent college graduates. In fact, the recent study showed the labor force participation rate in July 2011 for all youth ages 16 to 24 years old working or seeking work was the lowest July rate on record - at just 59.5 percent. However, a new free website – http://www.aGREATER.US – offers young Americans the opportunity to have their voices heard and provides them with direct access to make political change in 2012. aGREATER.US identifies Bills on different topics concerning national politics and through an open online process of rating, cosponsoring, advocating, networking, and constructively criticizing - the highest rated Bill in each of 58 national platform topics will become The aGREATER.US Platform. The best three Bills nationally and in each of the 50 States will become The 2012 GREATER BILL(s).

“It’s free - anyone can join aGREATER.US online and rate bills, submit their op-eds, submit bills into competition, and co-sponsor bills or choose to promote them through their social networks such as Facebook and Twitter,” said Jon Denn, CEO and Founder of http://www.aGREATER.US. “We are providing young people in America with a free and constructive online media outlet with 58 topics for political change. Young Americans have been hit phenomenally hard by the recession and are feeling tremendously frustrated. Now college age youth and recent college graduates can make a difference in American politics and have their voices heard, both collectively and as individuals,” concluded Denn.

Any U.S citizen over 13 years of age can rate each idea on aGREATER.US, one to five stars. There also is a bipartisan rating given to every Bill - the weighted average of fiscal conservatives, independents, and social liberals’ ratings. aGREATER.US offers young people the chance to rate numerous Bills in 58 topics or co-sponsor a Bill. After the three winning Bills are verified by independent polling as having at least supermajority support, all U.S. congressional candidates will be invited to take The 2012 GREATER BILL pledge to cosponsor and work for its passage in the first fortnight of the next legislative session.

Visit http://www.aGREATER.US for more information or to join for free and change American politics.

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