Maryland State Delegate – District 31B – May Technology Scorecard

Delegate District 31BIn what continues to be a very interesting race, some of the candidates in 31B had some impressive social media gains over the past month.

Click here to view the April evaluation:  https://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/04/18/maryland-state-delegate-district-31b-april-technology-scorecard/

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)

5/24/14

Facebook

Twitter

YouTube

Flickr

Jeremiah Chiappelli

Stan Janor

34 (+4)

Doug Morris

Brian Chisholm

711 (+61)

225 (+68)

Paul Drgos

136 (+26)

1368 (+108)

Don Dwyer Jr.

549 (+19)

Yes

Nicholaus Kipke

3500 (+54)

1713 (+44)

Yes

Yes

Gus Kurtz

Faith Louden

706 (+70)

196 (+10)

Meagan Simonaire

382 (+52)

David Lee Therrien

Here are my takeaways from the scorecard above:

On Facebook – Faith Louden gained the most new followers over the past month. She was closely followed by Brian Chisholm, Nic Kipke and Meagan Simonaire. Brian Chisholm two month trend in new followers is the most impressive of the candidates. Don Dwyer is still listing a personal page and as such is still not listed on the scorecard.

On Twitter – Paul Drgos added over 100 new followers over the past month, by far leading the pack. Brian Chisholm and Nic Kipke also both added an impressive number of new followers.

On YouTube – No new videos have been posted from the candidates with YouTube channels. This is somewhat disappointing and I hope to see some activity on these platforms in the future.

Overall – No question that Nic Kipke holds a significant outreach advantage over the other candidates. I am impressed with Brian Chisholm and his overall two month trend of adding new followers on Facebook and Twitter and as such give him the number two slot overall. Paul Drgos continues to do a great job adding new followers on Twitter and will rank him in third. Notable mention for Faith Louden and Meagan Simonaire who showed some strength with the number of new Facebook followers added and I will be interested to see if they can continue their momentum.

cropped-screen-shot-2013-08-21-at-5-30-31-pm.pngInteresting in seeing the various social media outreach for ScottE Software Development? Check out the links on the “About” page here:  https://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/about/

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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