July 23, 2009
Which Candidate for Governor Has the Best Web Site?
Here's your chance to laud, deride, or shrug at Tennessee's gubernatorial candidates' respective online presences.
It's just for fun, but I'm interested in why you rate them the way you do. What is the most important component to you? Design? Information? Usability? Subtlety (or not) of "DONATE HERE" elements?
Here's a list:
Ward Cammack (D)
Bill Gibbons (R)
June Griffin (I) (former congressional campaign site)
Bill Haslam (R)
Roy Herron (D)
Jim Kyle (D) (cursory searches did not return a site)
Basil Marceaux (R)
Kim McMillan (D)
Mike McWherter (D)
Ron Ramsey (R)
Zach Wamp (R)
Carl Whitaker (I)
We'll talk about social media in a subsequent post.
Is this even a question? Basil surely has a lock on winning the designation of Best TN Gubernatorial Candidate Web Site. Surely.
Posted by: Chris at July 23, 2009 2:11 PM
I'm going with Wamp this time...Haslam is in a close second -- even though his website looks like he's the CEO of Coca Cola
Posted by: Wamp at July 23, 2009 4:23 PM
I would say Haslam then Wamp... Carl "Twofeathers" Whitaker's is actually a nice one for an indy. I think McWherter's looks decent, too. Haslam's is the better overall, but websites do not necissarily translate to votes.
Posted by: Josh Arrowood at July 23, 2009 5:55 PM
I'm pretty sure this is the winner you were looking for. It's got everything you want in a Tennessee gubernatorial candidate web site. James Reesor at http://www.jamesreesor.com/JamesReesorForGovernor.html
Posted by: Shane Rhyne at July 24, 2009 2:22 PM
Posted by: Shane Rhyne at July 24, 2009 2:29 PM
Since JAMES REESOR was the first candidate to announce on 18 May 2008, he has had more time to perfect his campaign web site. There is no question than he (which is really me talking about myself) has the best web site.
JAMES REESOR for GOVERNOR 20TEN TENNESSEE
Vote Smart for A Change!
Posted by: James Reesor at August 28, 2009 12:04 AM