100th Blog Post

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What a nice milestone…my 100th blog post (yeah I know, I am still pretty much a rookie at blogging). The site has had 5,700 views since January when the site was launched. The most popular post to date is: Howard County Council – District One Race – February Technology Scorecard

I want to thank the various readers, bloggers, candidates and others that have provided support for the blog and specifically the technology scorecards. I am glad that so many people enjoy reading the evaluations. Obviously I am very passionate about technology outreach and enjoy tracking this information.

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As May comes to an end I thought I would update the readers of this blog on some upcoming activities for this blog:

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In June…I will be doing all I can to make sure the technology scorecards get updated prior to the Primary Election. Just as a reminder, early voting begins on June 12th and the Primary Election day is on June 24th.

In July my focus will be publishing election results and updating the scorecards for the General Election. I have a few non-scorecard related posts coming up in July. I hope the readers will find these informative.

In August I will resume publishing the technology scorecards (and maybe adding some new races to my evaluations).

The first 100 posts have been fun and I look forward to continuing updating this site going forward. I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

Scott E

 

 

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One response to “100th Blog Post

  1. Pingback: Anne Arundel County Executive – June Technology Scorecard | Welcome to the ScottE Software Blog·

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