Voting in Local, State and Federal Elections
According to the United States Census Bureau’s voting and registration data, the estimated voting-age population (VAP) of the United States in 2020 was approximately 255 million. Of this population, an estimated 66.4% or 213 million people were registered to vote, and about 66.7% or 158 million people voted in the 2020 presidential election.
Voting is a great way for citizens to participate in the democratic process, so why is that so many people don’t vote? How can we encourage more people to vote?
Citizen App is the solution! YES!
Dry News Feed & Political Tracker
Does your news come from an unbiased source? Unbiased political coverage is important when it comes to forming your own informed opinion on a political candidate or topic.
The Citizen App is a growing platform with lots of plans for the future. We want to provide citizens with unbiased political coverage based on facts, not feelings. In the future, users will be able to create a direct connection to politicians and their daily agenda, as well as political bills and its entirety (who voted for or against the bill, what stage the bill is in, and so on)
Be the Difference
Have you noticed something within your community that needs to be changed? Do you want to add a stop sign to your neighborhood, but don’t know where to begin? We want to give users a platform that can help them create change within their community, state and nation. Whether it be gathering signatures, rallying together or fundraising, we want to give power back to the voters. Together, we can take steps to create a better America. The Citizen App will also have a “quick link” feature connected to government programs that assist Americans on various issues such as Student Loans, Veteran Affairs, Health Care and much more!