Facebook Timeline offers intriguing possibilities for candidates to not only connect with voters on current positions and statements, but also to talk about important events in their past, which is exactly what we’re emphasizing here.
Wood-Ridge, NJ (PRWEB) March 09, 2012
Steve Rothman is the first New Jersey Congressman to take advantage of Facebook’s new Timeline feature for Pages. Steve’s Timeline, available by following this link, not only showcases recent campaign activity but also highlights major events in his career, like being the only member of the state’s Congressional Delegation to endorse Barack Obama for President in 2007 and the first to call for a full withdrawal of troops from Iraq in 2006.
“Facebook Timeline offers intriguing possibilities for candidates to not only connect with voters on current positions and statements, but also to talk about important events in their past, which is exactly what we’re emphasizing here,” said Philip Swibinski of Vision Media Political, Rothman campaign Digital Strategist.
Rothman’s Timeline includes photos and vintage campaign materials from his first run for Congress in 1996 and his time as Mayor of Englewood from the 1980s. It also reinforces his stature as one of the leading progressive voices in the Democratic Party by showing his early endorsement of Obama and his political courage in holding ten town hall meetings and facing down hundreds of angry Tea Party supporters during the Summer of 2009.
In addition to this cutting-edge Facebook page, the Rothman campaign also utilizes Twitter and YouTube pages. The campaign’s web site is http://www.rothmanfornewjersey.com, where visitors can donate to the campaign, sign up for email updates and learn more about Steve.
For any additional information, please contact Philip Swibinski at 201-978-8651.