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I've got to say, I've noticed an upturn by the party in usage of their website. They've got more material showing up there, more news stories, they've sent out more emails about things go on. I think they're moving forward but I'd like to see them go further still. They've got an online forum but it gets very little traffic from what I can tell. I also think they should probably start some blogs from various prominent Democrats in the state, both past and present. It would be a great way to put out the message for the party and let online commununity have some more interaction with the party. I also think they should start a party newsletter that's weekly or biweekly. It would be great.
BTW, any party folks who're interested, on Sept. 17th, there will be a family picnic sponsored by the Democratic Party of Kentucky from Noon until 5. Folks should show up, it'll be fun.
posted by Stithmeister @ 6:51 PM
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