About Voterfied

It’s relatively easy to communicate ‘one to many’ via emails, traditional surveys, or social media, but it’s difficult to get that ‘many to one’ line of communication from verified constituents to public officials and organizations. When constituents reach out to their representatives or organizations and experience outdated methods of calling and emailing, frustration and disenfranchisement grows.

Our participatory democracy platform establishes a direct voter engagement hub.

As an always-on digital voting platform, Voterfied upgrades democracy with its meaningful two-way communication platform between cities, organizations, representatives, and their constituents. This modernization of governance uses secure technology to validate opinions from citizens, educate the public on the issues, and allow public officials to make more informed decisions.

That’s the Voterfied solution.

Our Mission and Vision

Voterfied will work with cities, governments, and other organizations to modernize their constituent advocacy efforts. Together we will establish more accountability, strengthen transparency, and facilitate meaningful engagement between citizens and their public leaders.

This platform will encourage pragmatic, evidence-based decision-making in a more efficient and fair participatory democracy.


The Team
Mike Allman

Michael Allman
Founder and CEO
Michael's Bio
Mark Page

Mark Page
Co-Founder, CTO
Mark's Bio



Garrett Hernandez

Garrett Hernandez Rimer
Co-Founder, VP of Partnerships
Garrett's Bio
leeann Allman

Lee Ann Allman
COO
Lee Ann's Bio



Christine Vadai

Christine Vadai
VP of Software Engineering
Christine's Bio
Petra Rich

Petra Rich
Media and Marketing Manager
Petra's Bio

What is Participatory Democracy?

Participatory Democracy emphasizes the inclusion of people in the political process. It seeks to generate greater transparency, accountability, and engagement by empowering citizens, creating more informed decision-making and improving representation. With recent advances in technology, the capabilities of participatory democracy will increase.