Die-Hard Republicans And Democrats: Patch Wants Your Opinion

Patch plans for comprehensive coverage of the fall elections and would like to enlist the help of local political insiders for their opinions on the issues.


Do you love everything "politics?" Are you a big watcher and reader of local and national political issues and the candidates? When people ask you "what's your sign?" do you answer "elephant" or "donkey?"

The Clinton Patch wants to hear from you.

With upcoming August primaries and November general elections, Patch is looking for local Republican and Democrat commission members, RTC and DTC members and other activists from both parties to take part in a series of political surveys throughout the campaign.

The effort is growing nationwide in Patch with political influencers signing on every day.

If you agree to join, Patch will survey you for your opinion on the issues that matter to your party, and your answers will remain anonymous while the aggregate survey results will be reported on Patches across the state.

This requires little time commitment from you. The surveys will arrive periodically via email and consist of about two to five questions.

We are also looking for knowledgeable and engaged bloggers (different from commentors) who are interested in providing their party's insight to the Patch site.

Interested in becoming a part of the local political conversation? Please contact Clinton Patch editor Fay Abrahamsson at fay.abrahamsson@patch.com.

VIN CIMINO July 12, 2012 at 12:20 PM
If you like, I'd be happy to participate, Fay.
Fay Abrahamsson July 12, 2012 at 01:24 PM
Vince - Thank you, that would be great. I'll sign you up.
DHHS CLASS OF 1971 July 14, 2012 at 08:29 PM
Hello Fay. November 6, 2012 will be one of the most important days in US history. I would love to participate in this.
Fay Abrahamsson July 16, 2012 at 11:10 AM
Hi DHHS Class of 1971 - I'd love to have you participate. Can you email me at fay.abrahamsson@patch.com so we can get started? Thanks so much.


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