Monday, September 26, 2016
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. – With the candidates and voters poised for the first presidential debate tonight, Democrat Hillary Clinton leads Republican Donald Trump in Virginia, according to a new survey of likely voters by the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University. But Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson is winning support, especially among Millennial voters.
In a head-to-head contest, voters prefer Clinton, 48-38 percent. But among all five candidates who will be on the Nov. 8 ballot, the tally is Clinton 39, Trump 33 and Johnson 15. Green Party nominee Jill Stein and independent Evan McMullin each take 3 percent. The margin of error is +
Logging on with a temporary ID and password provided to the press revealed a network similar to facebook. McDonnell Action was launched to bring supporters throughout the state together.
RICHMOND – The gubernatorial campaign of Bob McDonnell announced today the launch of its own social network, McDonnell Action. The network will be a vital component in spreading Bob McDonnell’s positive message of new jobs and more opportunities across the Commonwealth.
McDonnell Action allows users to interact, form groups, post blogs, photos and video from the campaign trail and to stay informed and active on behalf of McDonnell 24-7. It will combine the use of mobile technology, social media and online communications and will be integrated throughout the entire campaign.
Speaking about the launch of McDonnell Action, McDonnell for Governor Press Secretary, Crystal Cameron noted, “Today’s launch is yet another step in our continued effort to make this the most technologically adept campaign in Virginia political history.”
McDonnell grassroots supporters have been the heart and soul of this campaign, and McDonnell Action will increase the opportunities for them to organize others in support of Bob McDonnell for Governor.
McDonnell Action uses Ning, a create-your-own social networking application.
To visit the McDonnell Action site please visit: action.bobmcdonnell.com
Posted By Valerie Garner
Categories: Election 2009, Politics, State Politics
Tags: election2009, governor, republican