Kentucky’s announced (so far) candidates for U.S. Senate are making the rounds. From Pikeville to Paducah, they’re all over the place. One of the most important places for them to be is on George Dubya’s “internets” and for the most part that’s where they all are. To varying degrees, of course.
We thought it’d be fun to pay each site a visit to see who has the best grasp of these internets. Things aren’t as you’d expect.
Let’s jump right in.
Ranked by appearance and overall functionality
1. Greg Fischer
Greg Fischer’s web geeks really *get* it. His site is clean and appealing in the same way John Edwards’ site draws you in. It’s pretty. Soothing shades of blue and red combine well with easy-to-read typefaces. The fading family photo doesn’t hurt. Navigation is simple and at no point could a visitor to the site have difficulty finding what they need. Signing up for email updates couldn’t be easier, as the “GET UPDATES” field is featured prominently on the top of the page. Right where it needs to be. (Something Andrew Horne should have learned from 2006.)
Find out where the rest of the cards fall after the jump…