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80 Percent of Voters First Investigate Candidates Online

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Recent surveys show that up to 80% of voters say they use the Internet to get information about candidates before casting their vote.  Even in small towns, the media and key influence-peddlers say that a website is a must for any real campaign. If you've been thinking you couldn't afford a professional website or don't have the time or expertise to design one -- Think again!

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A professional website will show them you’re serious about winning and and the website reports will tell you how your campaign is resonating with the voters without expensive and time-consuming polling.

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