Add State Legislation and my State Legislators to Countable
Great idea! Countable is in the process of rolling out support for state and local legislation in the coming months.
Please suggest which cities and states we should add first.
Alexa Hughes commented
Monica Riccelli commented
Please add New Jersey
Katherine Breckenridge commented
Please add Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh
Kimberly Stone commented
Ohio, as a popular and telling swing state it is important to understand the local government climate to be able to predict national government trends. Local issues range from coal operations and regulations to environmental protections to keep the great lake chains and national park/forests healthy. Midwestern mindset with a metropolitan east coast spin.
Virginia Citrano commented
New Jersey (gubernatorial) and 26th NJ election district for state Assembly and Senate.
PA Crews commented
Start with the 30+ states that have gubernatorial elections next year. Also any states still without budgets.
Elinor Markle commented
Kentucky, please add Kentucky. On a Federal level, my so called representatives do not take my opinions into consideration. However, some lawmakers for the state, even if not from my district, will listen.
Deborah A Hill commented
Oklahoma Please - we are desperate here!
Sandra A. Gregory commented
Niketa Calame-Harris commented
I am in California
Excellent! I'm in Michigan and would love to be able to contact state reps as well!
Add Ohio please!!!
Hi, is this still happening ?
California, LA, SFO. Palm Springs. Our State Congress is run very well but certain items come up that we need to review
Lynne Odell commented
New York State, please.
Also major cities in New York-Such as Syracuse ;)
And, as Kitkit600 recommended:
Want to be able to request further info on certain bills and who wrote them. Also, who is lobbying to push them. Also, would like an area to comment to Countable. If this info your team checks out with integrity, we would donate to the cause. The info would have to be above board to donate & recommend to others. In some cases you might just have to recommend a Fact check or a "not able to verify" option. This type of info is important to this country because of lack of real facts to make a decision from. That is why so many people quit voting. Too much misinformation...
R.E. Kahn commented
New York. Please.