Vote Your Conscience on Facebook

Our superstar new intern, Rob “Double Tall Non-Fat” Goodlatte, just whipped out a Newsvine election widget for use on Facebook. If you have a Facebook account and want to express an endorsement for the 2008 Election, head over to the page below… it only takes a second:

Newsvine Election ’08 Widget for Facebook

This is the first in a series of excellent election-related Newsvine features coming very shortly. Stay tuned.

11 comments on “Vote Your Conscience on Facebook”. Leave your own?
  1. Jordan says:

    Can we have Wesley Clark added to the list of Democratic candidates?

  2. How about Howard Dean?

  3. Mike D. says:

    The poll is for candidates who’ve either declared their candidacy or are odds-on favorites to do so in the near future.

  4. Rian says:

    Why is this “Newsvine Election Center” on Facebook and not Newsvine?

  5. Mike D. says:

    Rian: You’re thinking along the same lines we are. The Facebook app is a bit of a one-off to the rest of what’s planned. Soon, soon… :)

  6. Devon Shaw says:

    Shameless plug for Ron Paul.

    Move along. :)

    No seriously, slick work on the app. Hat’s off to Rob.

  7. Amazing Rando says:

    I second the the shameless plug for Ron Paul. He is the only candidate who should matter!

  8. I saw that the other day and I thought this was brilliant. I cast my support for Sam Brownback and showed my support for Newsvine.

    I have had a couple of friends ask me what this “Newsvine” thing is. I think this will be great publicity for Newsvine – especially once the race heats up. Good thinking.

  9. Devon Shaw says:

    On second thought, we should probably be voting for McCain… he does support marriage between passionate females, after all.

  10. Myles says:

    Please, please, please, please, please add label tags to the names so I can click on them to make my choice instead of hitting those tiny radio buttons.

    More people needs to get used to using label tags.

  11. Why are so many people so into Ron Paul– sure, he’s refreshingly frank for a politician, but he’s racist, anti-semitic and his economic policies are terrifying.

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