To foster trust within our democracy, we offer regular interactions between citizens and representatives.

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Get informed

on law in the making

Every week, every day, laws are in the making, shaping the way we live. Citizens only get to participate at election time with very little means to understand on a daily basis how democracy is progressing for them.

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Have a say

by voting on each bill

Between elections, it has to come to public demonstration or online petitions to push back on certain laws, where there could be better ways to express opinions.

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Take action

by working with reps

on, citizens get informed and can vote on a regular basis on proposed bills, and representatives can better align their voting position with their electorate.

Why todayivote?

It is sometimes hard to keep up with democracy's fast pace or to stay in sync with the public opinion...

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That is why brings you the easiest civic engagement platform to help you participate more often, and to get your elected representative to hear more about you on the next laws coming.


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of Australians are satisfied with their democracy.
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of Canadians feel they have too few opportunities for political participation in 2019.
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of inhabitants across 27 countries says they are not satisfied with the way democracy is working in their country.
As a citizen, understand every law

that could have an impact and change the way you live by reviewing all the proposed bills in one place, through a simple summary or a full access to the text of the bill.

For every new bill that you might not be aware of, you can know why your representative is supporting or not this new bill.

Once your mind is set, you can simply vote on every bill to let your representative know about your opinion and not let democracy only be a reality at election time.
When election time comes, you can make a more informed choice by comparing your positions with the candidates and understand how much you match.

As an elected representative or a public figure, your opinion matters

to citizens  as much as public opinion matters to you. With you get to know at your fingertip what your electorate would vote on bills if they were in your shoes and get to understand if a bill is popular or not.

You can also easily compare your past votes on bills with your electorate position and understand better citizen opinion when preparing the next election.

When you are supporting a bill, or simply want to have a say, you can record and share a short video about your motivation to support a bill or not, even for past bills so your electorate can know you better outside of election time.

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of young Australians participate in discussing politics with friends and family on a regular basis.
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of Canada citizens believe they lack the information necessary to make meaningful contribution to public policy issues.
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only on average voters turnout recorded in the OECD for the most recent elections.

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