Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 23, 2008
Faulk for Congress has just released a significant new website unlike any other Congressional Candidate's website that we have seen. The new website is well presented, easy to navigate and presents a wealth of continually updated information where all American voters can stay up to date with their preferred presidential candidates and the most important voter issues at hand.
In a recent conversation with John about his website design concept he noted that: "Informed voters make the best decisions". John's sincere support for the American Democratic Process and for his fellow Americans whether Republican or Democrat is demonstrated in his website's presentation.
Entering the FaulkForCongress.org website you will find it well organized so that visitors can easily find what they are looking for. Once inside the Site you quickly come across the Faulk Campaign Platform where you find a number of individual pages expressly conveying his views on a number of important voter issues. At the bottom of each "Platform" page, visitors find convenient; "Back - Next", navigation buttons promoting a quick run through of his entire campaign platform which includes these popular topics:
Balanced Federal Budget
First Amendment Rights
Right to Life
Property Rights and Eminent Domain
Second Amendment Rights
After reviewing his platform you come away with the feeling that John's character is determinant and you know exactly what to expect if he were to win his bid for election in the Texas 18th Congressional District race.
Another informative section of the new "Faulk For Congress" website is; "Voter Concerns in the News". In review of the material presented in that section we found that the website conveys valuable and timely, dynamically updated unbiased news pages displaying up to the minute voter issue information from leading Internet News Sources.
The "Voter Concerns News" is broken into 4 categories:
This section of the website is smartly designed where navigation is easy and quick. "Presidential Candidates" is a single page with the latest continually updated news spots on all the presidential candidates, conveniently allowing a visitor or 'voter on the run" to catch up with all the latest Presidential Campaign news by scrolling down a single page.
The "National Issues" navigation fly-out features links to a series of news pages which display breaking news covering national issues which are at the forefront of voter concerns this year, including:
Housing Crisis - Mortgage Crisis, Subprime Lending, and Foreclosures
US Taxes - Income Tax, Alternative Minimum Tax, Tax Reform
Texans and Houstonians will also find resources displaying up to the minute information on the Texas Primaries as they occur.
Another section of FaulkForCongress.org is entitled "Government Direct". This section of the new website contains about 50 pages, too numerous to list here. The best way to convey a brief review is to quote John Faulk directly from his website:
"It's my pleasure to live in a society where the government is open and free as possible. Below you will find many valuable resources for your daily life, health and security. All 50 pages are continuously updated, courtesy of the United States Government in an attempt to keep its citizens informed, healthy, safe and secure. I support our government's openness. Let's "Reach Out Together" as Americans and let the Democrats know that we reject their Socialist leanings in 2008. I want to continue living in a free society, as I know you do, also."
Those are strong words, but they are reinforced, without doubt once you visit John Faulk's new website.
Concluding one of our conversations, John indicated that he is fully aware of the stiff competition he is faced with, as a contender against long time incumbent Liberal Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee, just before he reminded me that Americans view the current Congress with an 84% disapproval rate.
John sincerely feels that it is time the American people started electing representatives; "from the people, by the people and for the people" instead of career politicians, and indeed his new website reflects that character.