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Voting App available form EJ

Dec 3rd, 2015 | By | Category: Features, Front Page

It’s election season.  Don’t be left out in the cold.  Is civic duty worth $49.99?

I have invented an app (AutoVote) that chooses a candidate…so you don’t have to.  It is compatible with all mobile devices, personal computers, TRS-80, and Heath Kit computers. The cost is just $49.99 and picks all national and congressional candidates for you…so you don’t have to.  There is no longer any need to waste time paying attention to the media, political ads, or any other political information.

Here’s how it works.  The user enters his/her address and responds to ten simple questions about his/her attitudes, life styles, demographics, and economic situations.  The computer uses a 21st century algorithm to calculate which candidates you would vote for if you had wasted your time trying to figure out for whom you wanted to cast your vote.  The app is 100 percent accurate. CivicResponsibility, Inc. may share that information with its partners.  It does so only to enhance your use of the app.

There’s more.  For an additional $29.99, the app will cast your vote for you by absentee ballot –saving you even more time and wasted energy.  For the small subscription fee of $10 per month, you will have access to all your state and local candidates too. Call me at 717 555-2015 and order your copy of “AutoVote” today.  

  • There’s a $20 surcharge for users not registered  with a major party.  Absentee voting is not available in all states.
  • A 2-year subscription commitment is required for the state and local add-on.
  • An enabler app is required of all users except those operating the app on a TRS-80 or Heath Kit.  The enabler app has a one-time fee of $75.
  • AutoVote is good for one vote for each electoral race.  If the user wishes to vote more than once (by absentee ballot only), an additional $15 fee per vote will be levied.
  • CivicResponsibility and its parent company, The Elizabethtown Journal LLC, is not liable for any government action pursuant to the user choosing the option of multiple votes per candidate.
  • AutoVote collects some information from the user’s device which may be shared with its partners.
  • AutoVote was developed with generous contributions from the Republican National Committee, The Cato Institute, and the Koch brothers.

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