We will begin beta testing our brand new website sometime in October. We will be allowing a limited number of members (100) to join the site for the first 7 days or so before we open it up to…Read more →
We will be performing maintenance on votecitizens.org on Wednesday, March 27 between 10pm and 1am Pacific Time. During this time, votecitizens.org will be unavailable. We hope this won’t be too much…Read more →
We will be launching a votecitizens status blog in 2013. The votecitizens status blog will be a separate blog on a separate platform such as wordpress or another stable platform. The purpose of the new status blog is to provide a place for members to view the current technical status of votecitizens.org. The new status blog will list any current errors, maintenance, updates, disruptive issues, etc. on votecitizens.org. We will post the rss feed of the new status blog directly on…Read more →
We are happy to report that votecitizens.org is using two new spam tools to help protect you and our website. We have added a number of anti-spam tools over the last year including new member sign-up quiz, captcha, email verification, membership moderation and other tools. Now we have added IP banning and email domain banning at sign-up. These new tools will allow us to stop repeat spammers before they complete the sign-up process.
On December 21, 2010 the United States Census Bureau released its official apportionment results for U.S. congressional representation. Those changes took effect for the 2012 U.S. general election last week.
The Citizens Party has begun making changes to our district groups to reflect the reappointment changes. For example, Texas gained four congressional seats and thus the Citizens Party will create 4 new Texas district groups to reflect those changes. Ohio lost 2 congressional…Read more →