Monday, August 29, 2011

Tomorrow's Election Candidates and the Internet

Posted By on Mon, Aug 29, 2011 at 1:00 PM

Maybe we're all too dazzled and conditioned by the streamlined glitz and glam of national politickers, but tomorrow's election candidates seem to have love-hate relationship with the internet. A couple highlights include:

Rick Grinnell's (Grinnell4Mayor) whopping five tweets about Second Saturdays:


Joe Flores's (most likely accidental) adorable heart-cutaway on his website's image splash:


Regina Romero seems to have gotten the hang of things a little more, besides posting every Facebook activity to her Twitter (which maybe her supporters appreciate?). At least there's some amusement in this disappointingly boring election cycle.

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