We’re looking for your feedback

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As a subscriber of White House email updates, you get messages from us from time to time to keep you in the loop on the President’s priorities and what’s going on at the White House and around the administration.

Today, we want to hear from you.

We create a lot of content — from the emails we send, to the charts, infographics, videos, and tools we feature on our website — and we want to make sure it’s as interesting and informative as possible.

You have a unique stake in making it better, so we want to hear it straight from you:

What’s working for you? What would you like to see more of? What are the issues that matter most to you in 2014? Let us know here.

By sharing your thoughts, you’re going to help us make our programming at WhiteHouse.gov a little bit better. And you’ll help improve the experience of millions of Americans — whether they’re sharing a chart about how the deficit has been cut in half since 2009, watching the President’s State of the Union address, or creating a petition asking the administration to take action on an issue that matters to them.

Here’s your opportunity to weigh in and let us know what you think:


We’re looking forward to seeing your feedback.

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About shanthanubh

A calcutta(India)based Independent newsresearcher and Investigative reporter.He has been working as a journalist for more than 15 years.He had worked as a news researcher for various news based programs in Calcutta.Shanthanu considers Deborah Potter and Theressha Collington Moore as his mentor because in his early days of journalism carrier, he was inspired and motivited by their works and learnt a lot from them about media ethics and news research.Though,a news researcher don't get enough credit for his job,he sticks to it.He believes that as journalists we should follow the jounalism mantra that if your mother says she loves you, check it out.we work as a store clerk.we believe that facts are more important than adjectives.Earlier,he also worked as a private investigator to brush up his skill as an Investigative Reporter.

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