By Dwight Patel We are now covering Part III in the study of digital campaigning. We have done the overview and covered Facebook for campaigns and setting up campaign blogs. Now we embark on Twitter and Instagram. Twitter is akin to the elevator speech. Get your message out in 140 characters or less. Instagram demonstrates […]
By David Drake and Deborah Lambert On the heels of the MCGOP’s outstanding achievements of the past year, including the passage of term limits, Legislative District 17 has recently established its own grassroots, get-out-the-vote organization, and we need your support to help it grow. The first meeting convened on March 1st of this year and […]
The College Park City Council held a lively public hearing Tuesday night on a proposal to eliminate U.S. citizenship as a voter registration requirement for city elections.
Brigitta Mullican’s Testimony Rockville City Council Community Forum June 19, 2017 Dear Rockville Mayor and Council, It saddens me to feel the need to testify about my disagreement with your anticipated approval of the “Fostering Community Trust Ordinance.” I love Rockville even more than Germany, which is where I was born and legally emigrated from […]
By Dwight Patel Recap Last time Dr. Politics covered the importance of a digital campaign plan. Spoke on various social media platforms from Facebook to LinkedIn. Now let’s focus on Facebook and Blogs. FACEBOOK CAMPAIGNS: First create a separate campaign Facebook page. You do that by going to https://www.facebook.com/pages/create/ . You will be at the […]