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Bloggers, Others, Like New Lunsford-Stumbo Site

February 28th, 2007 by thevillevoice · 1 Comment

www.LunsfordStumbo2007.com Already Receiving Praise from BlogsDemocratic Candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor Bruce Lunsford and Greg Stumbo today launched their Campaign for Change website one day before the kick-off of their campaign in Prestonsburg.

The website address is:

www.lunsfordstumbo2007.com

This new website continues to build on the excitement and energy of the past weeks and will serve as the campaign’s online headquarters.

The Campaign for Change website contains interactive features such as a campaign blog, a video clips library, and a photo blog; as well as useful information for voters about Lunsford, Stumbo and their plan to take on the challenges facing Kentucky and get the state back in business.

Throughout the campaign, Lunsford and Stumbo will continue to update the site with dynamic content that details their visits with Kentuckians across the Commonwealth, news from the trail and other information important to Kentucky voters.

Kentuckians interested in volunteering on, contributing to, or receiving messages from the campaign can also sign-up on the website.

The website has already drawn rave reviews from blogs. TheBridge, a widely read political blog, called it the “Best KY Gub Website for 2007.”

http://thebridge.typepad.com/thebridge/2007/02/best_ky_gub_web.html

TheBridge says: “I LOVE THE LUNSFORD-STUMBO FOR CHANGE site. It is one of the best political websites that I have even seen. Great colors!  Great visuals! Best features!”

Lunsford and Stumbo are aggressivly using the Internet to reach out to young voters and voters across Kentucky.  The campaign has created webpages on social networking sites including myspace.com, Facebook and louisville mojo.

Tags: Internet · Politics

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  • 1 patty wireman // Apr 16, 2007 at 3:35 pm

    I glanced at the booklet you sent out t the public. Your healthcare plan does not help very many people from what I can see. You do not include those who are in need of health care in order to get any kind of gainful imployment. I am one of these people. I know how difficult it is when you cannot do this. I have tried for medicaid, but because I have not been declared disabled in the last 2 years I do not qualify for help. My Dr. declares me so, but I can not receive SSI due to my husband’s SSD is just over the limit for this. I would like to know if there is any help for me in the near future. I am only 46 yrs. of age. I took care of my late husband up to death in 1993. I injured my back and nerves in my hips due to this, but I would do again with no complaint.

    I reside in Magoffin Co. . We do not have any jobs o speak of except fast food, and as you are aware of everything is going up in price. We are being left behind I feel as a part of this area. It seems as if we have been over looked in all areas. We do seem to have any help for our homeless in this Co., even our vets are not helped like they need hear. I know, being a widow of a Vietman vet. I did voluntary work until my disability stopped me. I respectfully request a response to these problems if you have any.

    Respectfully Yours,
    Patty Wireman

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