November 27th, 2013
03:11 PM ET
1 year ago

One stop shopping for candidates online

Washington (CNN) - Prime shopping season might be underway this holiday season, but candidate shopping might be a little easier for voters next campaign season.

Melissa Yasinow, 28, was born and raised in suburban Cleveland Heights, Ohio, which has a population of about 46,000 people.

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  1. Dutch/Bad Newz, VA -aka- Take Back The House -aka- No Redemption Votes

    He noted that many candidates still didn't have an online presence in 2012, four years after Barack Obama revolutionized the use of the Web to mobilize supporters.
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    That's because the President was ahead of the game and ahead on the ISSUES that matter. However technically savvy your campaign may be, it doesn't mean squat if you don't stand for something that is in the mainstream of this country.

    November 27, 2013 03:51 pm at 3:51 pm |
  2. Data Driven

    ""I tried to set up a website and it's not something that's easy to do," she said,"

    Critics of health care dot gov, take note.

    Anyway, congratulations, Leigh Ann, on writing a real piece that is also lacking your unneeded personal political opinions. (That's what we're for.). Happy Thanksgiving, gurl.

    November 27, 2013 04:16 pm at 4:16 pm |