The company, founded by two recent Harvard graduates, has been enlisted by groups like Holland & Knight, the United Nations Foundation and General Motors to wade through political data.
Now, its services — which include relationship charts, text comparisons and comprehensive district maps — will also incorporate state legislative data, including bills and statements made by local representatives.
“We built Quorum to put all the information you need about Congress and the 50 state legislatures directly at your fingertips,” said Quorum cofounder Jonathan Marks in a Tuesday press release.
The company made the announcement at the National Conference of State Legislatures summit in Seattle.
— Quorum (@QuorumAnalytics) August 4, 2015
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