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Crowd sourced democracy

a startup idea shared by CodeHulk on 11/01/2014

The idea is a web site that allows politicians to post challenges that they are facing and trying to solve to get responses from the masses. Politicians could also link specific legislature to some of the problems. The crowds opinion would obviously not be gospel but it would give the people a better understanding of what their politicians are working on as well and politicians a better understanding of what the people they represent truly care about.




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Dhaval Upadhyay Website / software developer Ahmedabad
Thomas Aelbrecht Political Affectionado and SaaS Project Lead London
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