What will happen if a government shutdown occurs?

At this point, a government shutdown seems all but inevitable. If the government does shutdown, it will mean that our federal government has officially run out of money. Regardless if it does or not, here are 7 ways “We the People” could be affected by a government shutdown: Taxes Naturally, we would still have to pay our taxes. Mail Depending …

Gobblerfest 2013… A Great Success!

Gobblerfest 2013, which took place on September 6, was a super-charged event where Follow My Vote had the opportunity to educate the people about who we are and what we hope to accomplish in the future! We registered a ton of users for our mobile app that should hit the major app markets this December! Those who registered were given …

Crowdfunding Campaign Just Launched!

Today, we are excited to announce the launch of our crowdfunding campaign, one we hope will be a great success! Yesterday marked the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘I Have A Dream’ speech, a speech that changed the world…forever! To commemorate his historic speech, which took place on August 28th, 1963, thousands of people flocked to Washington …

The Race Is On

2014 is right around the corner! At this point, it seems like these could go either way in both the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate. Be sure to keep a close eye on how things develop for both the House and Senate in the days leading up to the 2014 Mid-Term Elections. The winners of …

Too Soon?

In a CBS news joint-interview shortly after Barack Obama was sworn in for his second term as the 44th President of the United States of America, interviewer Steve Kroft suggests that Barack Obama’s words of appreciation for the Hillary Clinton‘s service as Secretary of State was his way of endorsing her as his candidate of choice for the 2016 United …

Animal Instinct

The People’s love of animals & mascots trickles all the way down to our political parties. Ever wondered why the Democratic Party’s mascot is a donkey? How about an elephant for the Republican Party? Kind of a funny story… and it involves cartoons! Way back in 1828, Presidential candidate Andrew Jackson was labeled a “jackass” by his opponents and later …