Whittier, CA (PRWEB) May 26, 2010
Congressional Candidate Phil Liberatore has long pledged to be a different kind of Congressman than the one he seeks to replace in his race for the GOP nomination in California's 42nd district. He has said that he intends to fly coach to Washington DC and has promises to do a better job than six-term incumbent Gary Miller at communicating with voters in his district. In his race to replace Miller, Liberatore is giving voters a sense of how he would stay in touch with them if they send him to Washington.
Launching a campaign called "Ask Phil," Liberatore has given out his cell phone number and invited potential constituents to contact him with questions related to the campaign and issues that are on their mind. Voters in the 42nd district may reach Phil at: (714) 795-1601.
Liberatore also blogs for two popular websites, BigGovernment.com and PoliticalMavens.com, sends regular udpates from his Twitter account, communicates to supporters through Facebook and posts regular video updates to his YouTube site. He's also publishing a book Inside The IRS, in June. Taken together, the various communication methods are in stark contrast to Miller who finally got around to creating a website in early May with just a month to go in the campaign.
"What can I say, I'm Italian!" laughed Liberatore when asked about the various tools his campaign has been using to keep in touch with voters. "I love people and I love to tell them about this campaign and what I hope to do for them. Our campaign is trying to use every method of communication that modern technology offers us. But the goal remains the same: To listen to voters and communicate with them my ideas and how I plan to help make their lives better by lifting the burden of taxes off of their families."
A trusted businessman, and resident of the 42nd District for over 26 years, Liberatore has a passion for helping people. He is running against six-term incumbent Republican congressman Gary Miller in a district which stretches from Whittier in Los Angeles County to Mission Viejo in Orange County and includes parts of San Bernardino County, is one of the most conservative districts in California with a track record of electing conservative candidates.
Liberatore has his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and his Master of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Southern California.
Facebooks at: http://www.facebook.com/liberatoreforcongress
Tweets at: http://twitter.com/liberatore42ca
For more information on Phil Liberatore or to schedule an interview please contact: Jesse Kleinjan at (774) 722-3814