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For Immediate Release
July 29th 2023



Americans for Action (A4A), the organization committed to pushing for fair opportunity and representation across all communities, is excited to announce ambitious plans to develop an innovative mobile app designed to building bridges between citizens and their elected officials.

This user-friendly app will act as a personal tool, making it easier to understand changes in policy, learn about your representatives' work, and communicate your views directly to them. Imagine it as a personal poll- a place where each American can share their thoughts on community issues and the necessary policy changes to address them. With your support of this app, the era of limited poll sampling ends, and every American gets a voice. Essentially, it's about connecting you directly to those who shape your community.

"Our vision is for every citizen to have easy access to the process of bettering their community, understand the impact of legislation, and have a say in the direction of the communities they live in," said Malik Barnes, Executive Director at A4A. Building and sustaining this mobile app requires substantial resources, and this is where your contribution can make a difference. We're inviting communities, socially responsible corporations, philanthropists, and individuals who believe in our mission to contribute to this initiative.

If you're interested in playing a larger role in the future of civic engagement, we encourage you to reach out to us. We're more than happy to provide additional information about our vision and potential, discuss larger gifting opportunities, and address any inquiries you might have. With your support, we can bring this groundbreaking vision to life, taking a significant stride towards making sure each American's voice is heard.

Americans For Action Press Team

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