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Campaigning for the 2012 Presidential Election Begins

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Wingnut, May 4, 2009.

  1. Wingnut

    Wingnut New Member

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    Found this press release interesting:

    http://www.prlog.org/10228903-campaigning-for-the-2012-presidential-election-begins-on-americanpresident2012com.html

    Lakeland, FL, April 23, 2009 - AmericanPresident2012.com announces it is looking
    for the next American president. A social networking website for Americans with a
    taste for politics, AmericanPresident2012.com is a non-partisan grassroots effort to
    allow all eligible potential American presidential nominees a means to state their
    platforms and generate votes from other website viewers.
    Using a definitive timetable, candidates will be removed from the online election
    until a winner is chosen by voters. The winner will be supported by
    AmericanPresident2012.com as a write-in candidate in the 2012 presidential
    election. The runner-up will be supported as the vice-president on the slate.
    Founders Mona Burtz, Curtis Holzschuh, Jon O’Dowd, and Ken Rutledge are
    providing average Americans a voice that would never be heard without rich
    campaign coffers and political party affiliation.
    Mona Burtz offered,“Many American boys and girls dream of becoming President
    one day. However, unless the child obtains great wealth or is the child or spouse of
    an ex-President, the likelihood of achieving this dream is virtually impossible.”
    Curious about the attributes of a winning candidate chosen by the people without
    political party influence, the four founders set out to create an avenue to promote
    real people creating real choices for real change. An interactive website seemed
    like the best solution to reach politically interested Americans.
    The interactive website also includes presidential trivia, polls, video contests,
    educational articles, and blogs.
    Interested candidates are invited to complete their free online candidate profile.
    Beginning June 1, 2009, interested voters may vote once every 24 hours for their
    favorite candidate.
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