A website that shifts the focus of politics to bureaucracy by ranking civil servants on their ability to pass legislation proposed by users.
This is a website, a social interaction, and a game for voting US citizens >18 years old (with a focus on young and elderly voters). Because right now we elect politicians who simply don't do what we want. By measuring the ability of elected officials to represent their districts you encourage proper civil service. With the right data set you could create a ranked bracket, which would visually display who is the best representative. From here you add forums to enable users to: discuss policy, generate proposals, vote on proposals, show your representative what you expect them to do.
To me, the best part about this idea is that it has nothing to do with Republican vs Democrat or any other political angle. It makes voting out to be a simple choice, pick the person with the best rating. Fortunately that rating is determined by how effective they are at listening and bureaucracy. This website, if adopted, would apply continuous pressure to better preform.
I am very eager to work on this.