Wednesday, January 23, 2008

We challenge you to create the next great viral video

The Internet revolution has changed the way people run for office- nowadays, having a web site is almost as important has having a phone number. The Internet has provided amazing new ways to contact and connect with voters, be it through social networking sites like Facebook or Myspace, or via blogs just like this one- each new advent has expanded exponentially the ability for candidates or elected officials to spread their message and engage with the community.

There's another part of the revolution that hasn't made it into this race yet: the use of YouTube videos to show your support for your candidate of choice. Our personal favorite way folks nationwide have been showing their support for candidates is through song:



None of us here can sing...also, none of us play the guitar (though the harmonica is another thing entirely...). But we have a feeling someone out there in Internet land can sing, and can play the guitar, and feels the same way we do about the excellent job Nancy Boyda is doing in Congress.

So, today, we'd like to challenge you out there to create your own Nancy Boyda YouTube video. It doesn't have to be a song, it can be a testimonial, it can be anything- just let us know why you think Nancy Boyda is a great member of Congress, and why she's the best candidate to vote for in 2008.

Send your submissions (or a link to it) to boydabloc@gmail.com and we'll post any we receive (and that we like) here on the blog.

Here's another fun example of what you could do...though this is a little older:


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

that wulsin vid is fun- good job ann!

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