Since S.510 has received a lot of attention from POPVOX users, it seemed like a good time to explain exactly what “blue slipping” means. Short version: any bill with a tax has to start in the House of Representatives.Read More
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Team POPVOX| Nov 26, 2010
Members of Congress want to hear from their constituents (no one else.)Read More
\nThis is one of the first, most important rules of legislative advocacy. If you have an opinion to share, a request to make, or a question to ask, address your Representative or Senator.
Team POPVOX| Nov 24, 2010
Can We the People Use the Internet to Make Congress Smarter? in techPresidentRead More
Team POPVOX| Oct 25, 2010
The Tragedy of Political Advocacy in The Huffington PostRead More
Team POPVOX| Sep 9, 2010
Josh and I are excited to name Rachna Choudhry as the third member of our founding team and the Chief Marketing Officer for POPVOX. Rachna is passionate about making the advocacy process more efficient. She draws upon 12 years of coalition-building and staff outreach experience to ensure that POPVOX “solves her problem” — that is, the problem of the 10,000+ organizations that work to present their members’ concerns to Congress.
We will let her explain, below.
I first met Marci at a dinner party two years ago. When the host mentioned that she was a congressional staffer,…Read More
Team POPVOX| Aug 23, 2010
Constituent communications are flooding and overwhelming Congressional offices. The resulting logjam is not good for the public trying to express an opinion and causes diminished returns on the investment advocacy organizations make to get their message through.Read More