Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Lisa Johnston wants your ideas.
Her new website, Ideas For Kansas, is intended to give Kansans a place to submit, share and vote on ideas for the state.
“Ideas for Kansas gives Kansans a voice in the future of our state,” Johnston said. “Long after November 2nd, Kansans will be able to share their ideas with fellow citizens and both State and Federal Representatives can use the site to understand how voters feel about a wide range of issues.”
The press release announcing the site went on to state, “One of the key features of the site is the ability to vote on each idea. As votes are tallied, both citizens and legislators can quickly and easily understand which ideas are truly important to Kansans. The site also allows visitors to promote their ideas through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, inviting even greater participation and discussion.”
So far, the site has discussions on immigration, school finance, changes to the 14th Amendment and campaign microfinance. The site is currently hosted on her campaign website.