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At the polling places they have been since early this morning let's take a look at voters this is a live look in New Hampshire -- Manchester.
One of the key swing states for electoral votes in New Hampshire.
Both candidates vying for those votes and as you can see there are lines there but the process looks to be.
Looks to be going rather smoothly and this is Las Cruces, New Mexico another state.
That is thought to be a blue state.
It's a state that President Obama won four years ago he's hoping to win it again tonight and we have a a look at the outside the doorway there people making their way in to pull the machines on the inside.
And so polling is going on right now.
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And as you saw I had those polling places will Segway and the solution America now a lot of people go to the polls -- -- it's a really kind of a nice way.
To connect with your neighbors and friends everybody sort of showing up.
You can chat with people maybe even meet people.
And perhaps even meet a love interest I'm sure that there are stories about this.
Every few years or -- and people go and they vote they'd meet people while waiting in line to go and cast their ballots.
And so one of the first things we're gonna talk about an hour segment today on solution America.
The problem is helping your single parents.
Who may be looking for love looking to connect on line.
A solution could be he's safe online dating web sites that lets adult kids -- their parents.
-- -- and joining us live on Skype from -- still in the United Kingdom is Matt Connelly who is the founder and CEO of my lovely parents.
Dot com it's gonna talk to you Matt thanks so much for -- for joining us today.
-- -- do -- -- or so before we start talking about your site what what -- what's this sort of the impression in the UK for our our election here and in the states today.
Hey we love -- -- -- -- headline news across pretty much everything that you're reading at eleven in the UK all right so that's how we decided we got gonna be the right thing.
Are well we'll see what happens let's talk about my lovely parent dot com.
This is an idea they came to you out of a personal experience right.
Yeah that's right -- them public if they had a new business -- that and -- being.
And then we did my family -- we'll get back together and it just stopped the Christmas Day earlier this year.
And Richard around the table and -- talking about uninjured and exploring online dating world than maybe to the visited them and they didn't know them them.
And my mum liked that -- associate lovely.
Plus year old lady you've been on -- -- while and they keep on that way as well how about finding my -- shining I'm.
Reported -- -- and likely to think.
My how about funding and I think -- helmets and that's really that -- that's where the end the motherly parent had been just all this to me.
And then we went -- with the -- what they can now so luckily.
And so far has -- -- Yeah we had an amazing response that we M.
Took some time out today a couple of months ago in that come -- and you're going to be a busy period just pre and post launch -- -- -- And then the Huffington Post broke the news and since then pretty much every mainstream media outlet has them -- -- circle -- the besides that we had them.
Yeah I mean and into and can they prevent thousands and thousands of people -- but I we've got.
Under the people signing up I'm a bit of a cool -- for anybody would say single.
Looking bad in the US should let's say around us and them he had a great river low numbers -- ever look at beautiful.
Gold it is American ladies on the site.
And that we have -- Polonia on the -- He needs and are not your leaders and our knights in shining armor.
For all the moms out there.
-- -- -- -- So I guess this is a great idea because you know a lot of -- folks as they get a little bit older they they may be less inclined.
To go on line award to even feel comfortable with the technology.
That not that it's so complicated but -- certainly know of some older relatives of mine who were scared of computers and so.
This allows that the kids really be adult children of these older singles to actually do the legwork for them.
-- -- -- -- -- -- how it works but I think implicating you've gone because the technology side for showing them some -- all the people.
And he -- are incredibly digitally literate you know they they use the web -- as much -- I do and and that a lot of their lives.
And they it'll look great benefit from it but.
People about the whole thing about you know they might under the great example she June all the -- you have lived in the same place for a long time she -- An incredibly good group of of trend that the trend -- you've had for a long time in my life and she doesn't tend to meet new people that Rachel -- single.
And legal -- that you think good technology and also meeting new people -- than what we what we're talking about here is yet to fight left unsettled children -- you say.
They think I can.
WWW my W parent dot com they think she's crippled so it may be a mama but that these that long bet that mother -- -- -- -- Variation.
They think stop -- -- a little bit about them and into that profile -- -- doesn't send the link to the parent and it.
Ultimately it -- I have to be their choice whether they decide -- trial Monday you know and I always do you agree with providing.
Or using I guess that the child of the Catholic encouragement.
For them to try -- out.
And in the meantime we can do is look invitations being sent the children -- we -- -- -- besides we can have a look around do we think would be a nice match.
In a separate from my belt line and I look at them.
Pulled some Great Britain the future actor injured in the same kind of -- that my mom -- -- and I can recommend those cute.
And so when she followed me invitations she saw the build up a profile you're right in the fight or she repeated recommendations you say.
As you might say -- he looked terrible facing guys -- -- -- -- a lot like my recommendation and.
How tell make is that -- -- so many web sites out there dating web sites and a lot of them are very specific geared towards certain sectors of society -- so how how does how does -- site.
Compared to some of the other ones how is it the same how is it different.
-- what they've done nothing of the the end result is if so.
You're apparently an up and the fine.
It'll do the same I'm -- functionality you know you can -- -- -- people who -- people your favorite -- kind of thing ridge you know try to get some proven and you know and and we know they work better.
That would have been a big difference in -- there's -- bikini beach park where the child and endorsing the -- the other eleven more holistic view of some -- profile.
I'm as well as you know by the fact that it is -- -- -- those poor people on Lara of course like minded people both look to the current fight out there are actually you'll.
They they may look different but they all share the same database which is it a little bit crazy K head around but.
You might join a moment but but actually you'll you'll -- bunker and another that they could completely independent completely I'm private.
The most civil list and then my recession my background -- -- kind of read that Simon and digital agency.
Hit them I I I looked it.
I looked at putting them -- -- -- a number of different Kenya -- -- -- site specific people ample RH.
And that they which is incredibly difficult these ironically.
I'm very very poorly designed for the architect did and so what -- and they convicted the very safe very easy he's.
Independent web client with a child encourages that parents if we get online and -- -- full of like minded single parents.
And I you know what I think is great is that you can actually work with your parents that the adult children can work with their moms and their dads because.
You know at the end of the day coming up -- these profiles.
Can sometimes be tricky what what do you share a what do you let people know about yourself that might.
Make you come off you know as appealing to someone else I think that a lot times you know an adult child in their 20s30s or forties might be able to say.
Hey mom what -- you let people know about.
You know you're your your hobbies you know some -- that that that that the.
Care of the kids were able to hear them.
Evidently they're gonna live via the quote in every without other -- them and and we want vanity.
People straight in the back like today you know that we can we couldn't.
People that mean we give them but also we could -- -- objective.
And we can tell a funny story -- -- -- you know it the struggle or that unless something happened on the theater we can give AM a much -- a border.
-- the broader picture of somebody.
Well the site is called my lovely parents.
Dot com and and did -- -- looking for single men.
In the US.
To be a part of the of the site.
To add their profiles and to become members there people can -- is there is there a feat.
-- to become and register for that.
It's absolutely free -- and -- We're gonna look at opening -- post Christmas but.
Everybody -- that you can now I'm stop -- -- you're single mom always singled out come down and enjoy it while it that -- history while Vietnam without.
-- -- was named one of the top thirty -- for nor is under the age of 35 in the UK he joins us on Skype from Bristol.
In the United Kingdom he is the founder and CEO of my lovely parent dot com all the best thanks so much for joining us Matt.
-- -- -- quick break you sending me some stories which is great which I appreciate off your experiences at the polls today.
Lot of people getting out there and -- casting their votes.
We have heard from arms went up I -- one earlier today earlier.
In the show it's one embassy.
-- grunts big says it did she voted for -- Ryan I'm so hopeful.
For the future.
Looses so leases on voting for Obama so I can keep getting government assistance this has been the nicest vacation of my life.
Although I think he's being sarcastic.
So -- staff Marie 25 Obama Biden.
In 2012 so keep them coming don't forget to join us tonight for our live show at 8 PM with me and Harris and Jonathan where -- a quick break and then when we come back.
On solution America we'll talk to a woman who had.
A frustration not -- major frustration but it was sort of became an issue for her and she took that and turned it in two.
A huge business opportunity.
You gonna wanna hear this story and -- gonna wanna hear what her frustration wasn't -- she's helping other people now to.
We'll be right back don't go.
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And we're covering not so much the election.
Stuff today that'll be later on but we're looking at some of the issues that face.
Everyday Americans and we introduce you to people who come up with solutions to those.
To those things so we're gonna talk to woman now who had a tough time changing her name when she got married.
The problem her problem was and -- guess is the problem for a lot of women out there -- the time and hassle that it takes to get your name changed after your married the solution.
All online name changing service that saves.
Brides an average of thirteen hours.
Of hassle Danielle -- is an entrepreneur or she's the founder of miss now mrs.
dot com you can find them on Twitter.
At -- now -- com good to see Danielle thanks so much for joining us.
-- Rick thank you for having me so what was -- talk about changing your name after you got married.
You know I didn't think it was going to be at -- CL and I got back to my honeymoon.
Print it out all my paper where.
Went to the office related to get my new driver's license and here in DC you know that's a couple hours out of your -- -- -- the day off work.
Got up in front of the line and -- -- well this is an outdated form despite the fact I was on their website please go to the back of the line fill out this sport.
So I did that -- you know wait in line the second time.
Get up there and the -- smiles and says you got your marriage certificate but not your certified marriage certificate we can't get -- -- -- -- The frustration from just trying to me that change -- on one little piece of documentation and sparked this idea I came -- to my husband.
I was frustrated and -- why isn't there a service that does as much of the name change as possible.
And he looked at me inside well you should do that.
So you're in a totally different field altogether you were in medical sales and you decided to to put that job aside and -- pursue.
This website against miss now mrs.
That must have been a little bit frightening I imagine you're making pretty good money in medical sales to all of a sudden.
Just -- start trying to launch a brand new website.
And all of you know the the potential pitfalls that that could bring you know how did you decide to finally make the -- He now I did some research and I looked into it 2.3 million women a year get married in the US and 88 point 6% of them change their name in some way.
So there was a big enough population at a late stage inflection point.
That I felt like there was a pain point with a lot of people that would purchase a service that would save them thirteen hours of hassle so.
Weighing those odds against.
My job I -- some works both simultaneously and then finally quit my position in medical sales to.
Devote all of my time to SMS's.
We're taking a look at and some of the the video that's very cute very nicely down the animation on your site.
-- so -- walk us through it here it says three easy steps.
When someone signs up for miss.
dot com and pays there is a feet.
What is is -- 29 dollars is -- 2995.
That's correct what services you provide.
-- and -- that individual going to all of the different offices and manually collecting their farm sitting down manually completing them.
And then driving back standing in line and filing them.
We offer them a three step process Alaskan -- -- questions like what's their maiden name.
What's the -- Mary named their state accent track.
We use their questions out of complete all of their state US government paperwork so Social Security the IRS 8022.
Of their past four and their -- -- -- voter registration which is very important today.
With the US Postal Service and then -- oxygen notification letters from their banks credit cards insurance -- mortgage providers professional licenses.
All of that and it takes about thirty minutes at the post -- thirteen hours.
Well well I mean it sounds.
If for thirty bucks it sounds like it's worth it.
You know considering all all of the hassles that are involved with the process I don't remember my wife complain too much when she changed her name.
But I guess different states have different requirements depends on where you live.
Absolutely every state is different and that adds to the confusion level if you talk to friend in another state you may have a totally different filing process -- she does and you could end up -- things up inadvertently.
The one thing she did complain about Daniel in all honesty was having to take on the name pulled out she she like -- her maiden name.
Sounded much better rolls up the talk a little bit a little bit easier I wouldn't talk to you about taking this idea.
And turning it into a success if if if someone out there who's watching us in and listen to you right now.
They have an idea.
They feel like there's a sort of a -- that's not being met by by anyone and they wanna launch.
-- a web based company to try to to try to help people out with something.
What what do you think people -- the top 22 or three things that people need to know what they're gonna try to launch a business like you did.
On my suggestions -- be to fully examine the problem and make sure that a large enough group of people find it to be a problem.
I would also make sure you found that the best possible solution for that that problem before you begin a start up.
And then most importantly I would suggest plugging into the entrepreneurial community within your own city.
When I found in this -- this is back -- 06 there really wasn't a whole lot at community for -- to be a part up.
But in 2000 while that is a totally different story I feel like -- -- -- -- is exploding across the nation.
And hearing DC alone there are so many ways to -- again and get help and suggestions co-founder -- dot com we'll help you find.
Your business partner and help you meet them at a meet up.
You could go to DC lean startup and learn how to start your business on a very small budget.
Or -- -- the -- the fort which is an incubator which we'll help you grow your business gives you office space there's just so many neat things that you can participate and and be a part to get your business off the ground -- successfully.
Daniel Tate is an entrepreneur or and she is the founder of -- now mrs.
You find her on Twitter at this now mrs.
-- so good to talk you Danielle what a great idea.
And we appreciate the tips for all the budding entrepreneurs out there I'm sure there.
Very interest -- what you have to say all the best to you.
Thank you very much take -- You two.
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When I talk now with a gentleman.
Who is founded a new website and -- rather and and he has done that in the response to.
This problem which is accidents caused by people who are texting while driving.
Road dog let's find out what road dog is -- David -- -- founder and designer of road dog you can find them.
On our Twitter at road dogs good to see you David thanks so much for joining us this is done this is just just about distracted driving right people who.
You know driving and they should not be texting.
It's it's very dangerous -- it.
It is very dangerous -- here you're very correct on -- actually it's six times more dangerous than driving while intoxicated.
That's crazy I mean and and yet people do it all the time.
This is from the national highway traffic safety board.
The NTSB says one point six million accidents.
Each year 25% of all highway accidents -- the result of someone.
Texting while driving and AT and C has really been at the forefront of of a campaign to promote.
No drive -- Texting while driving.
And and that's sort of how you came up with this idea you took part in a contest to develop an -- And you had a partner is well I waited tell us about her.
So so what tell us about road dog.
Jeff went -- so I was at an AT&T hack it on here in Los Angeles and it actually happened to it was a two day event.
At which point.
I entered in.
To the contest -- -- on and -- an eleven year old named Victoria walker.
She actually approached me with the idea of having a phone market you have which point I jumped in on a project with there as their partner co-founder.
And created what road dog is.
So really so -- -- -- our kids view the phone -- literally barks that you if you.
And how does it know whether your driving or you're not driving.
Well it's all in the AT&T API and it deals with different actually different phones have different operating system so.
Each phone is a little bit different but what happens is you create a pack of your friends and family.
And then you track that -- and -- -- tracked that packet notifies you if they start to move.
And and that's really when the audible notifications or the -- coming to play.
Tell me about this eleven year old girl -- Victoria walker I'm fascinated.
Did she have some kind of a personal connection.
Two did anyone and I certainly hope that no one was seriously injured but and I wanted you to it there's something that brought you -- to this idea.
You know the the idea really came from from Victoria.
In essence to where she would always find her mother or father texting.
While they were driving.
And and when she's in the car she's able to.
Kind of alert them and say hey mom dad.
Could you please stop.
But when she's not in the car there's no way out of keeping track of that and that's kind of where road outcomes in a plan and allows her to track her pack.
So you guys won the -- you got 20/20 grant from AT&T.
We did is very generous and were very appreciative of eighteen tee and and -- on -- and that entire market.
Tell me about where people can find.
That road dog dot com is the website but how do you do you just uploaded to your to your mobile device.
Yeah it's going to be an -- on the app stores depending on which phone you have been which marketplace.
-- -- actual website is pre launch stopped my road dog.
Or you could find this on FaceBook -- my road dog.
Dot com are basically FaceBook slash my road dog -- as well on Twitter twitter.com slash my road well.
It's a great idea and there are so many different states now that have.
A ban on text messaging for drivers.
And it's so not only is it unsafe it's against the law in in in much of our country.
And so hopefully people will download this this so this website.
And they can find you again on at road dogs that's where you are on Twitter.
My personal quarters at David growl or you can reach -- -- At my -- -- on Twitter got it.
David -- founder and designer for road dog good to talk to you congratulations on winning the AT&T contest.
Thank you very much -- I appreciate it.
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