Thomas Jefferson said, “An informed citizenry is the only true repository of the public will.” That means what we want politically is valid only if we know what we’re talking about.Read Full Article »
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iCitizen is a true civic platform, designed with the conviction that an informed and engaged electorate can change how our government works -- for the better.
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Vote in polls related to today’s critical issues and show your support for or opposition to key legislation.
The iCitizen civic engagement platform gives citizens and elected officials a new and powerful tool to communicate with each other. Democracy is a two-way street.
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iCitizen App Connects Voters to IssuesView Article »
iCitizen aims to strengthen American democracyRead Article »
iCitizen Aims to Connect Polls, PeopleView Article »
New iCitizen App Brings Politics To Your SmartphoneRead Article »
Mobile App iCitizen May Change Face of PoliticsRead Article »
Be a Know-It-All. iCitizen wants you to be more informed.Read Article »
Jim Cooper Muses About App Replacing the Newspapers It Depends OnRead Article »
iCitizen App Review: Removing the Polarization of PoliticsRead Article »
iCitizen Targets Political Dissatisfaction with Mobile AppRead Article »
Latest Blog Posts
It seems like a simple question, doesn’t it? Democracy can be defined in a variety of ways, but Merriam-Webster describes it in its most basic sense as “a government by the people.” Everyone agrees that in a democratic nation, citizens have more control than in, say, a monarchy, or a dictatorship. Individual freedoms, free and fair elections, a competitive party system, checks and balances…these are some of concepts democracy commonly calls to mind. But just how much control should citizens be given in a democracy, and what should that look like?Read Full Article »
Maybe you ignore politics. You’ve opted out, given yourself a deferment. If there were an official political-engagement form, you’d check “Exempt.” But here’s why that’s not a good look for you, or any of us.Read Full Article »
Senator Bill Frist:
“Engaged individuals have the power to push the system. iCitizen is creating an informed connection between citizens and their legislators, enabling people to learn about vital issues and communicate with their elected representatives in new ways.”
Mayor Bill Purcell:
“People want their voices heard in government – not just at election time but also in real time. The new iCitizen platform allows an ongoing conversation with government. At the same time, it gives citizens new tools for informed engagement in public affairs.”
Senator Andrew Rice:
"Our society faces many tough challenges. We need public policies that provide real solutions. People can and must help power needed change – and iCitizen is their engine."