So, what is all the hoopla about?  If you have just won an election, then you already know.  This website is for you, too!  If you expect to win, you'll eventually find out if and when you get elected.  However, getting there will not be easy.  If one does not correctly represent themselves through a website, that individual will find it difficult to compete in the marketplace and particularly in today’s political arena.  The internet has quickly become the front office for all business activity where organizations, individuals, and yes—politicians have a need to communicate, interface, and share information with customers, clients, or the general public.
Unfortunately, the candidate with the best goals and platform will not always win an election.  Despite the importance of the candidate's position on political issues, the voter's perception of the candidate's sincerity and concern for the public will often carry the most weight.  A website will allow you to connect with your voters or constituents and convey your genuine interest in the people.  A website instantly becomes a calling card or resume and is not only used to communicate one’s principles and ideals, but also of equal importance is to reflect the measure of one's presence.  A big business will often have an elaborate and professional representation on the internet where as a small business will not.
With an election, time is a critical factor and your voter may only visit your website just one time.  Your website design is a direct reflection of your stature and professionalism and must deliver a