After multiple delays, Chris Evans’ civic engagement website is ready to make its debut.
Originally slated for a March release, which was paused by the coronavirus pandemic, it was then moved to early June. However, out of respect for the protests and memorials for the unjust murder of George Floyd, the team delayed again. Now, the site is set to launch on Tuesday, July 14.
A Starting Point aims to give voters easy access to the voices in Washington. Its purpose is simple: provide voters with direct facts from the elected officials themselves so they can make educated, informed choices when heading to the polls.
Evans and his team, including former co-star Mark Kassen, have interviewed over 100 public servants in the past months, heading to Washington in-between his already bustling film career to get the answers for the betterment of us and our future.
A webinar with Fast Company is set to launch the site on Tuesday, July 14 at 1 p.m. ET. You can register to view the one hour event here. If you registered for the June event, your registration is still valid.
A Starting Point will set out on its mission on July 14, keep an eye out for more launch info via the site’s social media accounts on Twitter and Instagram.