This photo shows some of the many Presidential candidates who have been debating each other and competing for their party's nomination. I believe primary elections will begin as early as January 3rd.
Many of us feel that this is way too early to begin this stuff. The cost will be just unbelieveable this election. Others feel that prolonged debate is the only way that Americans can truly find out what the candidates stand for, so as we can avoid some of the mistakes voters have made in previous elections.
For the latter group, TIME Inc. has started a new web-site that is devoted to displaying all the "juiciest political stories" each day. In addition to text information, it contains videos, a daily timetable for TV appearances by candidates, and programs discussing the election. There are links to campaign ads and TV clips from debates, talk shows and YouTube.
The site is orchestrated by journalist Mark Halperin and is called THE PAGE
. You can find the site at http://thepage.time.com/
This could be a breakthrough approach in informing voters for this Presidential election!
Labels: elections, The Page, Time