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We want to make democracy more user-friendly – at every level – but in particular, at the local level where not only educated voting (Do you really know who to vote for at the local level when you close that curtain?), but finding and commenting on what is happening at local council meetings, school board meetings, etc. has been very difficult. With today’s technology, being an empowered citizen is overdue and Voterheads is committed to doing something about it. Read More

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Mar 2017

Diversity and Immigration; Federal Actions and Local Responses

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It is pretty difficult these days to turn on the television, peruse a news source, or skim your social media without some mention of the federal government’s actions. Two executive orders about immigration, issued at the end of January, received a lot of attention.  The first order covered the administration’s policies and approaches to federal immigration law; including the defunding of local governments that serve as “sanctuary” cities or counties that do not detain undocumented immigrants for the federal government should they be held by local authorities.  The second order, issued two days later, prevented individuals from seven countries from traveling into the United States.  The administration argued their actions are necessary for the nation’s security.  Yet many companies, governmental entities, and individuals voiced concerns over the intent and potential consequences of the orders.

So what does this mean for local governments across the country?  While the federal government can enact laws and directives, state and local governments must decide how or if the provisions apply to them.  Curious to see how local governments responded to the federal government’s actions, we at Voterheads combed our agenda database to get a feel for how cities and counties are reacting.

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Feb 2017

Startup Grind selects Voterheads for Top 100

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Columbia, S.C. – February 22, 2017 –Voterheads was inducted into the 2017 Class of Startup Exhibitioners by Startup Grind at their annual event held this month in California.

“Of the 6,000 plus startups that were considered, 100 were selected representing the Startup Grind community across 80 countries. These startups have great teams, traction, technology, and massive markets,” says Derek Anderson, founder and CEO of Startup Grind.

“Voterheads’ mission is to offer a free service that makes democracy more user-friendly at a local level across the United States. We are very proud and excited to have been chosen from 6,000 candidates,” said Karl McCollester, CEO of Voterheads.

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