VoteSharp Fights Partisanship With A Communication First Approach

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New ‘Voter CRM’ platform aims to inform instead of divide

Often voters get lumped into generalized buckets because it’s difficult to track the specific needs and interests of each voter

VoteSharp, a non-partisan, web-based tool for tracking voter information used by political candidates, elected officials, and organizations, is responding to the divisiveness of the current political climate in the U.S. by relaunching its flagship product to help candidates inform their constituents, not polarize them.

“Often voters get lumped into generalized buckets because it’s difficult to track the specific needs and interests of each voter,” said Stephanie Sharp, CEO and Founder of VoteSharp. “This means they get the same messaging and information as another voter, regardless of each voter’s priorities.”

VoteSharp works by empowering political candidates with a quick and easy way to not only track specific conversations they have with voters along the campaign trail, but to communicate information tailored to their constituents’ needs.

“When you have thousands of voters, you simply cannot remember every conversation, so it becomes easy to generalize. VoteSharp enables candidates to better inform the individual voter on a political position rather than simply attempting to polarize them to fit their agenda,” continues Sharp. “Ultimately helping good people to make a community impact.”

Elected in 2002 to the first of three terms in the Kansas House of Representatives, Sharp’s own campaigns were built on clipboards, spreadsheets, and an email list. From years of campaign experience and public service, she knew the need for an easy way to track constituent communication for instant recall on a doorstep. VoteSharp launched in 2011 and has grown into a web-based solution used across the country.

A demonstration of VoteSharp can be found here:

About VoteSharp:
A constituent communications tool specifically designed for state legislative and local elected officials and candidates. In these races, both candidates and incumbents need good voter data that’s affordable and easy to use. Your constituent cheat sheet in the palm of your hand - when and where you need it most.. For more information, please visit their website:

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