Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Project White House: The First Challenge!

Posted By on Wed, Dec 26, 2007 at 9:43 AM

We're excited to announce that the Project White House Blog is now up and running!

And that bring us to our first challenge for the Project White House candidates: Blog the Vote!

Remember that moment in 1992 when President George Herbert Walker Bush expressed amazement over a scanner in a supermarket checkout line? Most pundits say that's the moment Bill Clinton won the 1992 election.

Which just goes to show you: It's vitally important for a presidential candidate keep abreast of the latest technological trends.

That brings us to the first challenge of Project White House: Blog the Vote!

The candidates must open accounts at WordPress and post some news about their campaigns on the Project White House Blog.

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