About Voterfied

Voterfied addresses the two-sided issue that has led to political frustration, disenfranchisement and hyper-partisanship.

(1) Candidates and elected officials lack adequate infrastructure to connect with verified constituents
(2) Citizens undergo a dissatisfactory experience when reaching out to officeholders via email or phone

Our participatory democracy platform bridges this gap by establishing a constituent engagement hub.

As an always-on virtual town hall, Voterfied upgrades democracy with its participatory and meaningful two-way communication platform between candidates or elected officials and their constituents. This modernization of governance uses blockchain technology to securely validate opinions from citizens, educate the public on the issues and allow representatives to make more informed decisions.

That’s the Voterfied solution.

Our Mission and Vision

Voterfied can be the officeholders’ primary utility for constituent advocacy efforts. We will establish more transparency and accountability, increase participation, facilitate meaningful engagement, and spark a movement.

This movement can overcome ideological politics and push for more pragmatic, evidence-based decision-making to catapult democracy towards a more fair and efficient participatory democracy. Voterfied can break down barriers to create truly connected and engaged communities.


That’s the future with Voterfied.

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, Director
Garrett's Bio
leeann Allman

Lee Ann Allman
COO
Lee Ann's Bio



Kyle Connolly

Kyle Connolly
Co-Founder, Director
Kyle's Bio
Petra Rich

Petra Rich
Sales and Marketing Associate
Petra's Bio

What is Participatory Democracy?

Participatory Democracy emphasizes the participation of people in our political systems. This type of democracy seeks to generate greater transparency, accountability and participation by empowering citizens. Including more people in the political process will lead to more informed decision-making and better representation. With recent advancements in technology, namely blockchain, we can expect an increase in the capabilities of participatory democracy.

Why Blockchain?

Blockchain is the future of voting. For the first time in history, we have the ability to provide cryptographically secure, anonymous voting that is extremely resistant to tampering, while at the same time allowing for a fully transparent public audit of the results. This decentralized system gives verified voters an equal opportunity to vote and voice their opinion. Blockchain technology is new and rapidly advancing, and we expect it to play a major role in our everyday lives in the near future.