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Local Political Campaign - We Need Some Pageviews!

Journal Entry: Sun Aug 1, 2010, 10:10 AM
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Hello loyal Watchers!

As you probably know, I'm a moderate conservative.  What you probably don't know is that I'm currently working on some campaigns right now as part of a campaign team for the primaries on Aug. 24.  This is partly why I haven't submitted anything in a while. ^^;  Busy busy.

A-ny-way, our local campaign has some videos up on YouTube that desperately need pageviews.  We're the underdog, low-budget challenger, opposing an incumbent who is not only able to throw ridiculous amounts of money at his campaign, he's also pretty corrupt & un-conservative.  So, we're taking a David-vs.-Goliath approach with these videos.  They're cheaply made, but they carry what we believe to be a very strong message on where this candidate really stands.  So, without further ado, here are the video links:

Part 1:…

Part 2:…

Part 3:…

Please hit the "Like" button on these, & leave a comment or suggestion if you would like.  We'd also appreciate if you shared this with others, especially if they happen to live in Florida.

Also, anyone who leaves a positive comment gets a Llama Badge from me.

If you happen to live in Senate District 24, I'd also appreciate it if you would visit my candidate's website:

He's a great guy, fiscally & constitutionally conservative, with a business degree.  He also promises to NOT become a career politician like his opponent has.

Well, I'll get off my soapbox now & get back to drawing!  Thanks for reading!

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  • Playing: Pokemon SoulSilver, beat the E4!
  • Eating: Nothing. ..stomach growls..
  • Drinking: Nothing. <_<o Need to fix that.
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August 1, 2010