A new, easy-to-use digital advocacy tool has been launched to help close the gap between everyday folks advocating for a cause and elected officials hearing their message.
The tool, OSAY (www.osay.co), was designed to eliminate the typical hassles of traditional advocacy: searching through spreadsheets for elected officials’ contact information, copy-and-pasting messages to lawmakers, or paying for expensive supporter management platforms.
As the political climate shifts and as digital advocacy and civic engagement increase, OSAY gives grassroots advocates the tools they need to turn social media chatter into action.
Designed and developed by three West Virginians — Jennifer Susman, Carling McManus and Ankur Kumar — OSAY, pronounced “oh say,” is a nod to the first line of the National Anthem.
“It’s patriotic to engage in civic action. Lawmakers are elected to represent the collective voices of their districts. OSAY ensures your voice is heard,” said Jennifer Susman, co-founder of OSAY…
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