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Republicans Get New Media In A Big Way

By Greg L | 25 August 2009 | Virginia House | 7 Comments

Do Virginia Republicans get new media? This video for a House candidate in little ol’ Tazwell County shows they do. In four days, this video has been seen over 11,000 times and completely energized the campaign of this challenger to long-time Democratic incumbent Dan Bowling. Let’s hope the rest of the Republican candidates this election demonstrate the same innovation to leverage new media that James Morefield has.



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7 Comments

  1. Slick said on 25 Aug 2009 at 3:45 pm:
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    Kewl!

  2. A PW County Resident said on 25 Aug 2009 at 7:04 pm:
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    very good positive ad

  3. Tillie said on 25 Aug 2009 at 7:51 pm:
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    You don’t suppose that coal companies are paying for this, do you?

  4. Greg L said on 25 Aug 2009 at 8:53 pm:
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    And?

    Why wouldn’t the largest industry in that district have an opportunity to play a part in that race, when companies and industry associations in Virginia already play a large role in campaign financing? This guy’s opponent gets a lot of money from labor unions. The VEA contributes thousands of dollars each year to (primarily) Democrats across the state. The trial lawyers, the beverage producers, the real estate industry and all the others finance campaigns all over the Commonwealth. Why not power producers and those that provide them with raw materials? They’re not particularly special.

    Virginia allows corporate donations to campaigns. You can look at a candidate’s finance report and see just who and how much was used to support a campaign, and draw your own conclusions. In my view, if the coal business gave this guy money, and there’s no evidence at this point that it did, it’s no different than trial lawyers giving ten times more support to Brian Moran when he was running for Governor.

  5. Anonymous said on 26 Aug 2009 at 8:42 am:
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    Tillie? are you kidding me? The coal industry has given this guys opponent, Dan Bowling, more money than any other house of delegate candidate all year. Over $6,000 in cash or in-kind contributions.

  6. Prester John said on 26 Aug 2009 at 9:47 am:
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    My wife is from that area. Coal is THE industry there, and if it’s not operating, NOBODY is working.

    And Congressman Boucher (D) who represents SW Virginia may have just ended his congressional career by voting for Cap and Trade.

  7. FED UP said on 2 Sep 2009 at 10:12 pm:
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    Tillie, Tillie, Tillie - when will you learn?

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