November 18, 2006

Who needs online campaigns? Vilsack for one

As reported on CNN, former Iowa governor and presidential hopeful Tom Vilsack is waging a cyber-campaign big time.

Not only does Vilsack have a campaign website, he's also got pages on all the major "social networking" sites, Facebook, a networking site popular with college students, MySpace, and even a site on video sharing site YouTube where he posts video clips. He also has a video blog on Blip.tv, a networking pages on Democratic Party Builder, LinkedIn, and diary pages on the liberal blogs Daily KOS, and MyDD.

Vilsack has also written and contributed on liberal blogs such as Daily KOS since as long ago as October. (as has Barack Obama and others.)

Other candidates including John Edwards have similar online efforts.

By the way, this former unpaid Kerry consultant isn't exactly thrilled with Vilsack.

2 Comments:

At 11/21/2006 9:49 PM, Blogger diehard said...

Hey just out of respect of Govenor Vilsack I felt like I should blog at least a comment.
He would be a good President! Compared to what we have now he would be a fantabulis President!
A real proggresive without a lot of the bs slung by other Presidential wanna bees!

 
At 11/21/2006 10:30 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Don't recall who it was, but the other day I caught some TV pundit saying he thought Vilsack would be on the Dem ticket as vice-president. We'll see, eh?

 

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