Never too early to start a political campaign, right? With the 2010 general election still 22 months in the future, electioneering has begun. Several candidates are on board to run for governor and lieutenant governor. No doubt some term-limited legislative seats are also drawing early interest. For the political novice, running for office can start with a trip down a qwerty keyboard instead of calling an experienced consultant. The Web site electionmall.com (slogan: “Where every day is a campaign”) offers a range of services and advice, from robocalls to blast faxes, to how to raise money without actually pressing the flesh with voters. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign was hailed as a breakthrough in harnessing high-tech methods to get voters and cash. New GOP Chairman Michael Steele has vowed to do likewise. With a never-ending campaign season, services such as electionmall.com seem to be a truly recession-proof industry.
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