Back in 2008, Lorie started working for then-candidate Renee Ellmers, who has been one of the stalwarts of the Tea Party. Ellmers won, and Lorie continues to work with her, helping to expand Ellmers’ — and, by extension, the Tea Party’s — presence in the blogosphere.
The entire Republican branch of the House has figured out that the internet is the new frontier, one in which it can get its message out without malevolent mediation from the mainstream media. To that end, the Republican House members are competing in a New Media Challenge. The point of the competition is to get Republican House members (and their staffers) excited about and involved in Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube as ways to spread the conservative message.
The competition is now down to eight representatives, with Ellmers on the list. You can feel free to support whomever you want, but I’m all out for Ellmers. After all, my representative is the reprehensible Lynn Woolsey. Here’s what you can do:
Then, ask your friends to do the same.
For Lorie, this is both a personal mission and a part of her job description, so she aims to win. Keep in mind, though, that all of us win if we can help lift Republican members of Congress into the 21st Century. So please, take a minute, and like, subscribe, and follow!