...in 2008 President Obama’s campaign owned social media, but all indications suggest that the independent Tea Party movement and the groundswell of anti-incumbent sentiment have caught on and leveled the playing field for 2010.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) November 1, 2010
MeMyLogos.com is pleased to announce the launch of the MeMyLogos Straw Poll for the 2010 Election. Visitors to the site choose their favorite four candidates by dragging and dropping the candidate's photo into their ballot (Top 4). And after they cast their ballot, users are encouraged to post their votes online to so their friends and family can do the same. The site has been pre-loaded with all of the Democrat and Republican candidates for U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, as well as Gubernatorial candidates.
“We’re excited to see how this plays out online. There’s no argument that in 2008 President Obama’s campaign owned social media, but all indications suggest that the independent Tea Party movement and the groundswell of anti-incumbent sentiment have caught on and leveled the playing field in 2010. The MeMyLogos Straw Poll is a way to quantify public opinion using the websites and tools they interact with every day.” stated Rob Wagoner, developer of meMyLogos.com.
The site has been pre-loaded with federal candidates and top-of-the-ticket candidates from the state races, but the site creators have provided a way for any candidate seeking public office this November to add their own photo to the poll. Any candidates interested in joining the straw poll can add their photo to be included with the likes of Nancy Pelosi, Marco Rubio, Harry Reid and Christine O'Donnell.
The MeMyLogos Straw Poll is open now and will be running through the election on November 2nd. Real-time results of the poll are showcased on the main page of the web site.
MeMyLogos.com is a social media branding company. Candidates interested in adding their photo to the straw poll can visit http://memylogos.com/strawpoll/add-candidate.php. In addition to the straw poll, MeMyLogos.com provides users the ability to create a Logo Cube of their favorite brands and logos. The technology is the same, but the interaction is focused on logos instead of candidates.
For more information contact:
Rob Wagoner, Media Relations
Referral Builder LLC