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After Success Reaching Congress, GradeGov.com Plans to Flood Statehouses with Letter Grades from ‘We the People’ from Elizabeth B. Letchworth
‘Free online service that has delivered more than 150,000 citizen report cards to members of Congress plans expansion through the sale of GradeGov.com franchises in all 50 states’
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“Congress was established to represent `We the people’ but that’s not happening,”
“GradeGov.com makes democracy easy by delivering my report cards directly to congressional offices. At least I get a chance to express myself and vent.”
Citizens will have more opportunities to be heard, and not just in Washington, with the announcement that GradeGov.com plans to expand its service through the sale of state franchises.
“My goal is that when people think of GradeGov.com they think of grading government nationally and locally, and not in a partisan way,” said GradeGov.com founder Elizabeth Letchworth, who has overseen the delivery of more than 150,000 report cards to members of Congress.
“It’s so hard to break through the noise to remind our elected officials who they work for.
I want it to be simple and easy, not only in Congress, but in statehouses across the country.”
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Letchworth, who worked 26 years in the U.S. Senate, makes certain the report cards are sent to the appropriate person in each respective office.
The report cards are getting noticed, especially when the average letter grades for each member of Congress are posted on the GradeGov.com website.
There is nothing like a published “F” grade from constituents to get the attention of a public official.
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