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FRISCO, Texas, Sept. 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Source Voting today has launched a new app and website designed to help voters better engage with candidates running for political office. Available in the United States, Source Voting aims to help voters learn about political candidates in their district through one tech-based source. All information on Source Voting comes directly from candidates and their campaigns, and is not filtered by social media sites or news outlets.
Learn more about Source Voting at www.SourceVoting.com.
With Source Voting, voters can enter their home location and view a list of all candidates running in their locality for U.S. House and Senate positions. Voters can watch video content uploaded directly by the candidate, and learn more about relevant issues and stances. Candidates can upload videos on topics of their choosing, such as explaining who the candidate is or their beliefs on certain issues.
Source Voting does not provide political commentary on any of the candidates to help voters make personal, informed decisions. The platform also allows candidates to cost-effectively advertise to their constituents. Source Voting’s mission is to transform elections, including their advertising costs.
“Candidates have long complained that it is difficult and expensive to get their message out to voters, while the vast majority of voters go to the polls and cast their vote with little or no information about the candidates,” said Kevin Brown, Source Voting founder. “Source Voting is meant to close that gap by providing a forum where voters can hear what their candidates have to say in one place—directly from the candidates, and at the voters’ convenience.”
Interested voters and candidates in the United States can access Source Voting at no cost at www.SourceVoting.com.
Kevin Brown Source Voting 972-855-8910 Media.Relations@sourcevoting.com