Monday, December 27, 2010

Steelman launches campaign website

Republican U. S. Senate candidate Sarah Steelman has launched her new campaign website. From the news release:

Sarah Steelman launched a new interactive website for her U.S. Senate campaign today as she seeks to work for the people of Missouri in the nation's capital in 2012. Steelman begins her campaign by inviting all Missourians to connect and participate with her and the campaign by visiting her website at The new website includes many opportunities for Missourians to share their thoughts and ideas about the issues they care about most. "I want to create a free market of ideas. I believe in the people of Missouri and want to hear from them about how we can reclaim the American Dream and return to the ideals that made our state and country great," Steelman said on Monday. "This website is designed to facilitate a discussion of the issues facing our country."

In addition, Missourians may connect with the campaign on Twitter at @SteelmanCamp and on Facebook on the "Official Sarah Steelman U.S. Senate 2012" page. On the website, Steelman begins the discussion with questions and comments about three issues: jobs, spending, and education. The website includes Twitter links for each issue and asks for comments, suggestions, and opinions. The website will often be updated with new questions about these issues as well as many others including national security, small business issues, taxes, social security, healthcare, and energy.

Steelman reiterated, "My campaign is about the people of Missouri. It's about making their voices heard in Washington and fighting for their interests. I believe in the principles of limited government, individual responsibility, and sound fiscal policy. If we put power back where it belongs -- with the people, not government -- then there is nothing that we can't accomplish together."

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