iLobby® is a micro-lobbying matching service that increases the impact of your advocacy efforts. We connect you with other voters and lobbyists to resolve issues with your leaders. Put simply, this is lobbying for the little guy. (more…)
Money in Politics
We should get money out of politics. Everyone says it is corrosive and corrupts.
But ask any candidate who lost his last campaign if he could have used more money and I think he’ll say yes.
The problem is not too much money. The problem is narrowly focused sources of money. Narrow money doesn’t work. In plain English, narrowly focused funding sources empower special interests. (more…)
“I hate politics. I don’t understand Congress. And I have no idea about who to vote for in the election.” That’s what I used to say until the political gene turned on in my late 30’s.
For me, politics was boring and nobody cared. Congress was just a bunch of guys in Washington and they were going to do whatever they wanted to anyway. Besides it didn’t affect me. (more…)
Why is the debate structure better than a poll or a survey? Or is it?
The difference lies in a representational proxy or a democracy. With a survey or a poll only select people are included. This is usually around 1500 people. They are asked one question or perhaps several. But their answers are limited to the choices that the survey creator provides. (more…)
iLobby® connects you with other voters to resolve issues with your political leaders. This right is guaranteed under the First Amendment. 
In a democracy voting gives us a chance to express our opinion. But we only vote every couple of years. Many times it doesn’t cover the specific changes we might like to see. iLobby empowers you to do more. (more…)
You Can Influence Policy
People think they can’t do it but they can.
People think they have to write legal language but they don’t.
Voters want to influence laws and policy but they don’t.
Voters think they can influence politicians by choosing the right candidate but it doesn’t always work out that way. (more…)
Politics should be in the fabric of our lives.
When persuading lawmakers to simplify regulations or adopt legislation you are fighting for, as a small business you face three choices. (more…)
Political advocacy is a government affairs function
Technology offers more ways than ever for Americans to interact with their government, yet the turnout for the 2014 midterm elections was the lowest in 72 years. Even though citizens can read bills online, email their legislators and follow politicians on Twitter, many opt out of the political process.