Maryland State Delegate – District 31B – April Technology Scorecard

Delegate District 31B I did a quick review and found no new technology or major changes in this race. I will focus this review on the new number of followers obtained on the various social media platforms. To view the March Scorecard, click here.

Now on to the evaluation…

The candidates: To see the official list of candidates click here

Democrat

Jeremiah Chiappelli – http://www.votechiappelli.com/

Stan Janor – http://stanjanor.com/

Doug Morris – No website or social media found

Republican

Brian Chisholm – http://www.chisholmformaryland.com/

Paul Drgos – http://pauldrgos.com/

Don Dwyer Jr – http://delegatedwyer.com/

Nicholaus Kipke – http://www.kipke.com/

Gus Kurtz – http://guskurtz.com/

Faith Loudon – http://www.faithloudon.com/

Meagan Simonaire – http://www.megsimonaire.com/

David Lee Therrien – No website or social media found.

The Scorecard: (Click the “Yes” or follower numbers below to view the social media page)

4/18/14

Facebook

Twitter

YouTube

Flickr

Jeremiah Chiappelli

Stan Janor

30 (+2)

Doug Morris

Brian Chisholm

650 (+47)

157 (+26)

Paul Drgos

108 (+24)

1260 (+44)

Don Dwyer Jr.

Personal Page

530 (+26)

Yes

Nicholaus Kipke

3446 (+39)

1669 (+67)

Yes

Yes

Gus Kurtz

Faith Louden

636 (+8)

186 (+5)

Meagan Simonaire

330

David Lee Therrien

Here are my takeaways from the scorecard above:

On Facebook – Chisholm had the best month adding new followers. Kipke and Drgos also did a good job adding new followers. I was able to find a Facebook page for Simonaire but the link is not on her website yet. Dwyer is still listing a personal page.

On Twitter – Kipke had the best month adding new followers. Drgos did a nice job coming in second as far as adding new Twitter followers. Chisholm and Dwyer did a nice job also.

I really think more outreach is needed from many of the candidates. This might make for a good read: Social Media Mistakes By Political Candidates – Part 1 – Outreach

Of course the reality of followers, likes, and subscribers does not mean a lot when it comes down to voting in the end, but it is a fun exercise to do and makes a great resource for following all of these candidates.

Scott E

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