"Michael Arcuri Trading Cards
Stay tuned for a fun new way to learn about the candidate and the 24th Congressional District!"
First thing you need to do, Michael Arcuri, is get a new firm to take care of your web page. Stuff like this should not be allowed to stand up on the site for as long as it has. If anyone ever was really tuned in to this silly idea of trading cards, they've tuned out months ago.
This brings me to independent volunteer opportunity #5 - Arcuri's campaign is quite clumsy online, and needs some help. Arcuri makes speeches without making the information available online, engages in a debate against the Republican and doesn't even mention it on his web site, and isn't bothering to put any items on his campaign calendar online.
Weeks ago, I suggested a revamp of Arcuri's campaign, to include a new person with the sole focus of improving online outreach. But, heck, I don't expect the Arcuri for Congress campaign to take my advice. I'm just that kooky guy from over in Trumansburg, right?
Well, this is a ball that ought to be picked up by someone. If there is a group of Arcuri supporters out there that cares enough about electing a Democrat this year to admit that there are some areas for improvement in the Arcuri campaign, they'll do what Arcuri's campaign seems unwilling to do: Set up a web site that actually communicates with people about what the Arcuri campaign is doing.
Take the speeches that Arcuri won't publish, and publish them. Put up the good news about the Arcuri campaign that Arcuri won't bother to put online, and put it online. Create a calendar, and fill it with Mike Arcuri's campaign activity, so that people won't think that the Arcuri campaign has gone dead.
Sure, it'll take a bit of work, but someone's got to do it, and the Arcuri campaign doesn't seem to think it matters.