The mission of evoteAmerica is to provide a Technodemocratic alternative to our current 1% Political Party System by recruiting Evoting Candidates to run for Congress:
• Evoting Candidates are independent representatives (no political party)
• Evoting Candidates do not accept campaign donations
• Evoting Candidates agree to use the Evoting Service if they get elected
• The Evoting Service is a secure, electronic voting software system
• The Evoting Service is crowd-funded, owned, and controlled by the American People
• The Evoting Service is not controlled by a corporation, political party, or the government
The Evoting Service does not allow the American People to autonomously control the legislative branch. Instead, the Evoting Service operates within the existing framework of a representative-based "Republic", as set forth under the Constitution. No new laws, or amendments to the Constitution, are required.
Using the Evoting Service mobile app or website, every American will have the power to Propose, Prioritize, Debate, and Vote on federal laws. If an Evoting Candidate gets elected, they become an Evoting Representative ("eRepresentative"). Through the Evoting Service, eRepresentatives ultimately do what the American People tell them to do.
For example, if the government is contemplating going to war again, the American People will evote using the Evoting Service. If a majority of, for instance, Californians, evote “No” on going to war, an eRepresentative from California will vote “No” on the Congressional Floor.
Alternatively, if a majority of Californians evote "Yes" on going to war, an eRepresentative from California will vote "Yes" in Congress. By comparing documented evoting results to the actions of our representatives, the U.S. legislative branch can be held accountable to the American People.
Furthermore, using the Evoting Service, the American People will be able to propose and prioritize Legislative Branch action items. If a majority of, for instance, Floridians, make tax reform their highest priority, an eRepresentative from Florida will draft tax reform legislation and bring that legislation before Congress.
In a government where a majority of U.S. Legislative Branch representatives are eRepresentatives, instead of political party politicians, the American People can democratically pass new federal laws in a matter of weeks. The Legislative Branch currently has 535 congressional seats – 100 Senate seats and 435 House seats. Maybe you’re ready to fill one of them.
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