- Raymond Blais
- Cranston, RI
- United States
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What if we create a national direct voting system using the internet?
It would be multiple web sites that share the results. Each site could be designed to accommodate various levels of expertise. Those who wish to dissect the lawyer’s version of an issue/legislation with pros and cons for both sides, and those that just want to see a layman’s version with their representative’s view. The IP address could be used initially as a control and location mechanism. As the number of participants increases the validation process can be improved to guarantee one vote per person. Congressmen would be able to use this data to decide which way to vote on an issue.