Jason  Hanania

In June of 2016, I ran for the U.S. Senate in California and lost in the Primary Election to two political party candidates. I ran as the first Technodemocratic Candidate.


Technodemocratic Candidates:

       • are independent representatives (no political party)
       • do not accept campaign donations
       • agree to use the Evoting Service

U.S. Senate Candidate

​The Evoting Service is a blockchain-based electronic voting software system, owned and controlled by the American People. If an Evoting Candidate gets elected, they become an eRepresentative. On any given issue, the Evoting Service allows eRepresentatives to identify the majority interests of the American People.

For example, if the government is contemplating going to war, the People of California will evote using the Evoting Service. If a majority of Californians evote "No" on going to war, the eRepresentative from California will vote "No" on the U.S. Congressional Floor. Alternatively, if a majority of Californians evote "Yes" on going to war, the eRepresentative from California will vote "Yes" on the U.S. Congressional Floor.


The Evoting Service gives the American People the power to propose, prioritize, debate, and vote on federal laws, and actions, using the Evoting Service mobile app or website.