First of all what is a “Constituent”?
Constituent means part of a whole, as in “we‘ll break this down into its constituent parts.”
The word comes up often in political contexts: constituents are the people politicians have been elected to represent. … A politician’s electorate is constituted of individual constituent voters.
A constituent is defined as someone who has the ability to appoint another person to be a representative. An example of constituent is a registered voter.
If you are a registered voter, then you have a voice in congress.
People from all walks of life can be united if the facts are presented. When the facts are presented then common-sense will always prevail.
What we provide are an unbiased view from both your representatives and senators. You will see voting history on how they voted and what policies there most proactive.
This is how you as a constituent can hold them accountable.