By VoteSpotter, Inc.
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U.S. Congress Available in All 50 States
State Officials Available In: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin
More states coming soon!
Spot votes, vote Smart.
Your elected officials vote on hundreds of bills every year. Keeping track of important votes can feel like a full time job.
That’s where VoteSpotter comes in.
VoteSpotter is a simple app that alerts you to key votes, while making it easy to give your legislator feedback on how they voted.
Make yourself heard.
With one click, you’ll be able to vote on your elected officials’ vote, giving them a thumbs-up or a thumbs-down.
Whether you agree or disagree with your elected officials, you can then easily share your opinion with them via email or phone right from the app.
Plus, you can share your view with friends! If you have Facebook or Twitter installed on your smartphone, you’ll be able to quickly share with your social network and have enough time to get back to what you were doing.
How it works:
VoteSpotter finds your local legislators by your home address, and begins alerting you to their recent votes.
Within seconds you’ll be able to read brief, plain-English descriptions of the bills.
Simple and powerful.
Until elected officials in state capitols and in D.C. limit themselves from deliberating on everything under the sun (e.g. the official state tartan, hair salon licensing, unflavored rice or soy milk, etc.), VoteSpotter is here to show you what your legislators actually did, rather than what they said they would do, and help you spot the really important needles in the haystack.
Their votes. Your Views. Simple and powerful.
What's New in Version 1.2.15
Minor bug fix release.
Does what it says
This is a very clean app. It does what it says without annoying advertising or suggested site transfers.
The best way to keep up with your representatives and your political interest.
Great app to see how much you agree and disagree with your politicians
But it's connected to a shady think tank, Mackinac Center for Public Policy