In the race for District 3 Senate, which candidate is serious about using the Internet to communicate with voters, and which candidate considers online contact an afterthought? Let’s compare campaign Facebook pages. Here’s mine this morning, before breakfast:
And here’s my Republican opponent’s campaign Facebook page at about the same time:
Letting voters know what’s on your mind and inviting them to tell you what’s on their mind is a pretty basic job requirement for statesmen in a democracy. It’s also really easy in an age when over 70% of us are walking around with enhanced Starfleet communicators in our pockets.
Voters need leaders who are willing to communicate, to meet voters where they are, online and off. District 3, I can do that for you.