Government Video Website of the Week: GoVote.com

Seeks to give voters an active voice in shaping the political conversation through social media.
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With the presidential primaries beginning in January, it seems appropriate to highlight a website dedicated to politics and elections. Such a website is GoVote.com which, through its interactive approach, encourages voter participation in—and to influence—politics and elections.

GoVote.com seeks to give voters an active voice in shaping the political conversation through social media in which users can engage in direct communication with other voters, elected officials, candidates and advocacy groups. GoVote.com does that by providing a listing page for every elected official, candidate, political organization, columnist, blogger, talk radio host and televised political program in the country. Those listing pages display their webpages, YouTube channels, Twitter feeds, news articles and press releases.

Distinguishing GoVote.com is its approach that allows voters to speak directly to elected officials, candidates and political organizations. In addition, GoVote.com provides elected officials, candidates and political organizations an opportunity to deliver their message directly to voters giving them an opportunity to engage voters through online opportunities. For providing voters with an opportunity to engage in political discussion and debate, GoVote.com is Government Video’s Website of the Week.

Click here to access the website.

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