PoliticalActivistNetwork.com - Launches New "Patent Pending" Online Communication System To Unite People In Their Message To Our Elected Officials
Members access a web-based communication system as a tool of democracy and become part of the political process.
- (1888PressRelease) November 23, 2010 - MILLBURY, Mass -- At a time when many Americans are frustrated with the actions of government on local, state and federal levels, the PoliticalActivistNetwork.com helps citizens become active participants in the political process, rather than voiceless bystanders. This new easy-to-navigate web-based communication system empowers users to express feedback to elected officials on every level of government.
"Not everybody has time to organize groups of like-minded citizens," said Tony V. Clarizio, a patriotic American who found himself frustrated with the political process. Tapping into his experience with software development, Clarizio founded Virtual Communication Services, and designed V.O.I.C.E.S. -Virtual Organizing & Intelligent Communications thru Electronic Software, a patent-pending Virtual Communication System that is membership-based and designed to unite and help concerned Americans send collective messages on current legislative topics. "The current topics, ranging from healthcare reform to national security and fiscal responsibility, affect this entire country and every citizen should have the opportunity to be heard by the elected official that represents them," added Clarizio.
Members gain unlimited access to a vast database of current elected legislative officials contact information. The system also includes a database of message templates with a selection of pre-written position messages on current proposed legislation, and blank templates for custom messages.
Simple to use, with drop-down menus and one-click options, the automated system prints letters and sends e-mails to elected officials. Members receive instant e-mail notification when new pre-written messages are added to the system database; this enables members to respond quickly to time-sensitive voting decisions. Members can also submit message suggestions to the Political Activist Network for review for all members to send.
"The idea is for citizens of all political affiliations to be united with others to be heard," explained Clarizio. "Our mission is to give citizens back their voice in the legislative process." "The principle is as simple as united we stand, divided we fall," concluded Clarizio.
Visit www.PoliticalActivistNetwork.com to learn more and watch a five-minute presentation demonstrating how this new communication system works.