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Why does it have to be so hard to understand what our lawmakers are up to?
With Countable, it doesn’t.
Countable makes it quick and easy to understand the laws Congress is considering. We also streamline the process of contacting your lawmaker, so you can tell them how you want them to vote on bills under consideration.
You can use Countable to:
Read clear and succinct summaries of upcoming and active legislation.
Directly tell your lawmakers how to vote on those bills by clicking “Yea” or “Nay”.
Follow up on how your elected officials voted on bills, so you can hold them accountable in the next election cycle.
Countable is available for free online, on iOS, and Android devices.
Instead of relying on noisy social networks to decipher political news, quickly read top news stories and valuable insights from the community of newsmakers who know.
Sidewire is a community of journalists, candidates, elected officials, academics, and strategists hosting public chats about the day’s news.
The World's First Network for Voters. Brigade makes it easy to find nearby voters who are passionate about the same national and local issues you are, so you can influence policies and elections together
Matchmaking for politics. Answer a few simple questions and find out which politicians support the same things you do and have a track record to prove it.
PBS | Election Collection
Why do we have presidential elections in the United States? What’s a constitutional democracy? What are the foundations of Government? These and many other questions are particularly relevant during an election year and PBS LearningMedia wants to help you engage your students in the political process. To get you started, we’ve compiled our favorite election-themed resources designed to enhance your lesson plans and spark discussion in the classroom.
Unidos offers users voter registration information and a bilingual news feed featuring stories relevant to young Latino voters. Download it HERE.
Are you registered to vote? Yes? No? Either way, VoterPal is the app for you. VoterPal by Voto Latino is a simple, easy-to-use app to register yourself and others to vote.
Whether you’re a volunteer, an organizer, or just want to make a difference this election season, you can use VoterPal to register yourself, your family, your friends, or that random person at a party.
Register new voters from your phone or tablet. Innovative scanning technology simplifies the process even more by instantly populating information from any state-issued driver’s license and automatically populating a voter registration form.
If you want the presidential candidates to actually solve the problems facing America you need to get INVOLVD. Investigate Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's solutions and then vote on their viability. Have a better idea? Share your solution, see how it stacks up. If you want send it to the candidate of your choice.
True to its name and mission, INVOLVD also encourages users to get involved by voting on various policy proposals and submitting their own — directly to the candidates through social media.
Everything you need to vote. Vote.org is a nonpartisan nonprofit digital voting organization (formerly Long Distance Voter). Americans are eager to adopt digital voting solutions. Vote.org has built and will continue to iterate the digital technology that removes barriers to voting and increases voter turnout.