Will be a "live-feed" voter to representative application to help democracy transition to being practiced on more than one occasion when an election cycle takes place. It gives constituents of the congressional district a direct platform to interact, discuss, engage, and voice a "Yay" or "Nay" from small floor votes, long pieces of uploaded draft bills, to just discussion of expectations for anything needing clarity. It would not discriminate between party affiliations and would provide a way to stay anonymous or publicly identifiable. Electors of that district could verify themselves through means of ID showing address, signature and notary form from Circuit clerk, etc. Upon registering to vote or signing up initially to partake, a unique random access code will be given to a citizen upon which they will use to initially sign in. Congress(senators and representatives) would work in tandem with publicly available electoral records and circuit clerks to ensure accountability and eligibility as well as new voters needing to be added to the system. The user roles would be separated into categories each with least privilege. Example: senators and representatives would be unable to vote for what's posted by themselves; it's a platform for the constituents to vote, and they uphold their will in return by voting in session for the wishes of the majority. It will not take into consideration if you are a Democrat/Republican/Independent. It gives another level of accountability of our elected officials and to weed out corruption and lobbying/differing unwanted actions taken by that elected official. Voters would have the ability to cast a singular response to how the official should vote; once cast, it cannot be modified or be submitted again. The posting would all but be nonexistent at that point as discretion and privacy is the utmost importance. The voter could however see the live results of the votes being cast as well as the overall result. It's already copyrighted, patented, and will be shown alongside campaign.