There was an article in The State paper (SC) on Sunday re: pol sites. They had the results of a survey done by a company rating all of the site for congress members. I am trying to get an electronic version of the survey and will pass it along if I get it. In the meantime, you might want to look at the sites for: Mary Landrieu http://www.senate.gov/~landrieu/newsite/index2.cfm Mike Doyle http://www.house.gov/doyle/ which were rate highest. Haven't looked at them to see if I agree. Norman www.craftedsolutions.com > Aside from "get paid up front," does anyone have any advice about building a > website for a local (city council) political candidate? In particular, what > makes such a site useful or compelling... what level of interactivity is > appropriate... etc.? Also, does anyone have any favorite candidate-centered > sites (preferably local sites) that you think are especially useful or > compelling in some way? If so, please provide links. Finally, I'll be > looking for online resources about this type of site too - what keeps people > coming back, what compels people to support the candidate, etc. If you have > any favorite links along those lines, please share. Thank you!!