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Friday, February 09, 2007

Candidates Blaze the Campaign Trail ... Online: Information Superhighway is the New-Age Road to the White House

ABC news has a story up called Candidates Blaze the Campaign Trail ... Online: Information Superhighway is the New-Age Road to the White House.
With an increasing number of Americans saying they get their political news and information from the Internet, and broadband spreading across remote communities, a number of contenders are vying for voters and the White House on the Web.

Examples are popping up on the Internet faster than former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's Facebook profile.
BTW, if you haven't seen or signed up for Romney's facebook profile go here.

Later in the ABC article:
The Republican campaign of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney agrees, but said they are simultaneously trying to reach out to the online community and mainstream media on one Web site.

Kevin Madden, spokesperson for Romney, says the Romney campaign launched "Mitt TV" on the Web site, where reporters and voters alike can go and watch Romney's latest speeches.

"With a YouTube information age people are looking for video and audio," said Madden, noting that the campaign also put Romney's profile on Facebook.com in order to use the social-networking site as a grassroots organizing tool.
Let's keep the momentum going for Mitt's online efforts!

2 comments:

Goat said...

Don't worry, Mitt is just now firing up and tuning his racing engine and it is the most high tech and efficient to date and pulling millions in fuel. He rambled at NRI and pulled it together in front of the RSC and is pulling down endorsements in a big way from the conservative movement. The Barnyard is in till the count, Roll Mitt Roll. He is in Alabama this weekend and this Crimsom Tider says Roll Mitt RRROOLLLLL!

Jeff Fuller said...

My Wife went to 'bama . . . as in Crimson Town too!

RRROOOOLLLLLLL TIDE!