SAM Preccelerator Program company Voter, (Newsweek’s named #1 Up and Coming App for 2016) made a huge debut at the Republican and Democratic Conventions and Freedom Fest this year to promote their app, available both on iOS and Android.
What is Voter? Voter is matchmaking for politics. Voter analyzes exorbitant amounts of data, including public stances, voting records, speeches, and more. All you have to do is answer a few simple questions about your political opinions. Swipe through issues quickly. Need more info about a question? Tap the card to get more information, including bullet points for and against. Voter displays your match score as a percentage, describing how closely your views align with each candidate. On Election Day Voter shows you where to vote, when to be there, and what to bring.
Voter will currently match you to the 2016 presidential hopefuls, candidates for governor, candidates for senate, and candidates for congress, there are plans to grow into local elections, including City Council and School Board seats.
Through attending the Republican National Convention and making rounds in Media Row, Voter has received additional exposure from BBC, Breitbart, and founder Hunter Scarborough’s own alma mater, Chapman University.
To view the articles, click below.
- BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p044gjyz
- Chapman University: https://blogs.chapman.edu/
To learn more about Voter, visit www.voter.xyz. For more information about the Preccelerator Program, contact Heidi Hubbeling at firstname.lastname@example.org or (310) 746-9803.