Fairgo was formed to assist and advise individuals, small businesses and community groups wanting to influence governments more effectively.
FairGO established Votergrams in 1986. This communication mechanism allows low cost effective communications with politicians on any issue, large or small.
To remain independent, FairGO receives no government support. Thus it has been funded by the founder and users who pay small fees for services.
It has no party-political preferences whatsoever. Electing politicians is up to the people. FairGO wants whoever is elected to do what the people want. Hardly unreasonable!
FairGO has also sought to avoid becoming a power base, believing that instead, power should rest with the people it helps. It runs YOUR issues rather than asking you to support IT'S issues.
Where people or groups do not have the time, experience or inclination, FairGO will conduct their campaigns for them.
FairGO has formed a separate organisation called Voters.Network to allow all sides of an issue to put their viewpoints and build support. Voters.Network has recently initiated to allow residents across Australia to take the initiative and tell governments what the residents and voters want. It seeks to involve community members who are traditionally not involved in Political Persuasion – the silent majority.
Responsibility for political comment is taken by Greg Bloomfield, Turramurra, NSW, Australia.
Greg Bloomfield, Founder, FairGO.
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