Representative in Congress – Congressional District 03 – August Technology Scorecard

Congress 3rdI thought I was done evaluating this race but the GOP candidate started using social media after the Primary ended. I wanted to share all of the links for this race so here is the update. Let’s see how they are doing…

The candidates:

Democrat

John Sarbanes (U.S. Congressman) – http://www.johnsarbanes.com/home

Republican

Charles Long – http://charleslongforcongress.com/

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

8/28/14

Facebook

Twitter

YouTube / Vimeo

Google+

LinkedIn

Flickr

John Sarbanes

5238 (+40)

1599 (+40)

Yes

 

Yes

Yes

Charles Long

6939

95

Yes

3

Comments: Congressman Sarbanes holds a significant follower advantage on Twitter. He did not add many new followers on Facebook or Twitter since the last evaluation but overall has a nice technology outreach profile and a really nice website.

Charles Long launched his social media presence in early July. Charles currently has the most Facebook followers. I always find it interesting when I see a page launch with that many followers. I am very interested in seeing how many new followers this page adds over the next couple of months. It is nice to see the candidate on Google+. I really hope more candidates start to use the platform for outreach.

Here is a look at the Facebook activity over the past week of the candidate pages in this race: (Charles had a slightly better week on Facebook with fan engagement).

US Congress District 3 Facebook Activity

Today I would have to say that John Sarbanes holds a significant technology outreach advantage. Time will tell if Charles Long can close the gap between now and November.

Interested in the Primary results of this race? Click Here

Interested in the June Technology Scorecard for this race? Click Here

Scott E #HoCoPolitics

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