is devoted to combining the American principles of democracy and capitalism by bringing the big money of campaigns directly to the voting public. We provide a forum for campaign contributors and voters to come together for free-market exchange.

Until recently, the Election Industry was controlled by an exclusive group of political consultants. These consultants spend the campaign contributors' money on advertising while taking a 10-15% cut for themselves. The political consultants are paid based on their ability to "deliver" voters to the candidates. This effectively treats the voters as a product to be sold to the candidates (and/or their campaign contributors.) This is similar to the way television (and other media outlets) operate. In television, the end product is the viewer whose attention is sold to television's customer, the advertiser. has created a new paradigm in the election industry. Now the voters can take control of their voting capital and campaign investors will see a greater return on their investment.

50% of the voting age population routinely stays home on election day. Are they fed up with the system? Are they disappointed by the two major parties? Are they desensitized by the thousands of political ads they see on Television? will allow these voters to profit from their democratic capital. By offering their voting capital at auction, these traditionally non-voting citizens will be participating in the democratic process and the expanding economy. also provides a more efficient method for campaign investors to obtain their objectives. When a major communication company contributes over a million dollars to a political party, do they hope that this investment will result in increased profits? Of course they do! Although they may have a net worth of billions of dollars, most corporations do not spend 1 million dollars without some hope of a return on their investment. Unfortunately, 10-15% of this investment is taken off the top by the campaign consultants. allows campaign investors to get their dollar's worth by connecting them directly with the voters.

The winning bidder for each state will be able to choose who the group will vote for en masse. The free market will determine the value of the votes in each state. Votes in heavily populated states may be more valuable than votes in less populous states; however, if there is a large number of voteauction voters in a small state, the voteauction voters could help swing that state and thus the state's electoral votes. The value of a vote in a particular state could change on a daily basis. Votes have been purchased in the past (in fact the United States has a long history of vote buying going back to George Washington) but it has never taken this form.

The starting bid for each state is $100, with a minimum bid increase of $50. will not receive any money from the auction. The winning bidder will have to contact the voters in order to provide payment and for the voters to provide verification.

Individuals, corporations and organizations must first register in order to bid on one of the voting blocks. Spending money to influence voters is protected by the free speech clause of the First Amendment of the U.S. constitution. A recent U.S. Supreme Court decision (Buckley v. Valeo) has equated freedom of spending money with the freedom of speech. Freedom of spending and freedom of speech are central components of our capitalist democracy.

For this election, is concentrating on just the U.S. Presidential election. However, we feel that our bold new concept will revolutionize the election industry and we will soon be able to grow our business into every election market niche from Senatorial races to municipal water commissioner.