Wednesday, March 12, 2008

FREE Write-up for Candidates in the Local Paper

Candidate Information from the Register/Journal Press

Register Publications allows each candidate to submit a declaration-of-candidacy story and photograph. Type it double-spaced. You may send it by email as an attachment and pasted into the body of the email. Send it to community@registerpublications.com

Stories must arrive no later than 3 weeks (21 days) before the election and may not be published the week before the election. Stories are subject to editing and published as space allows.

A candidate whose story is published before the primary is not entitled to another story before the main election.

Register publications will also do their news stories on opposing candidates for both elections.
More information is posted on the Editorial Page of the local paper.

Call or email the Register for further information or questions.

8 comments:

HHM said...

The free write-ups are fine for the candidates to get their information out to people; but, what the paper really needs to do, is some real research to find the truth about the candidates and their accomplishments, backgrounds and affiliations. We need the real information, not just the political propaganda.

Anonymous said...

As long as the candidates publicly express a love of puppies and keep their girlfriends and boyfriends from ever meeting their spouses, they will have my vote.

Anonymous said...

Talk about easy!! And probably cheap too!

No wonder we have the corrupt politicians in office.

Anonymous said...

Hey, all of you Monday morning quarterbacks, you ought to quit complaining about what everyone else is doing and run for office yourself. Then when you want to complain just look at yourself in the mirror.

Anonymous said...

easy///

Anonymous said...

Hey, all of you Monday morning quarterbacks...

Run for office, get full of yourselves and believe you too are better than everyone else...

Anonymous said...

easy///

easy as in a very slow and dim-witted fashion that personifies many of our local legal politicians

Anonymous said...

Not good in math or science or other reputable skills?

Apply to Law School!