Found: Hillary Clinton's web designer

Mayfield Strategy Group
We know who Barack Obama’s web designer is.  Let’s find out who Hillary’s web designer is!

I’ve looked through the CSS and there’s no trace of the designer. Anyone know?

Hillary Clinton’s web designer has been found!

Thanks to krs who left a comment below, Hillary’s web designer has been found.

A company of few words

The only content on Mayfield’s website is this:

The Mayfield Strategy Group is a leading provider of strategic internet services for political campaigns, non-profit organizations, and corporations. Our unique experience and methodology allow us to provide the highest quality and most professional services in the industry.

And I guess that’s all they needed to say about that!

Bill Clinton talks about Hillary – and actually makes great points

I’ve been not too happy with Bill Clinton recently — it seems every chance he gets, he makes an ass of himself and hurts Hillary’s reputation.  He probably needs therapy to cope with being First Gentleman.  Anyway, there’s a video on Hillary’s website  that is really well done.  It shows Bill talking about Hillary’s lifetime of dedication.

If the video below doesn’t work, check out the original video on Hillary’s website.

Democratic Convention – losing focus and message through technology

I listen to NPR (KFCR in Colorado), and I’ve heard a few bits about the Democratic National Convention here in Denver. One of the main topics in these bits is how technologically advanced the DNC ’08 convention is going to be.  There will be blogging, there will be YouTube, there will be Twittering, and so on. They want to “tear down the walls” and get people involved, but somehow it all seems so empty!

Rich in media, lacking a real message

So I get it, Democrats are tech-savvy. But what about citizens older than 30 that may be wary of technology and wanting a real political voice?  What about grandma and grandpa sitting at home, wondering whether to vote McCain or Hillary/Obama? When people look at the TV, what is the message voters will get?

Does the convention invite them to become part of the party that supports universal health care, peace, and strengthening the middle class? Or will watching the convention make the Democratic party seem too ungrounded and distracted to be relevant to them?

Focus on what is important – the party platform

I want the Democratic Party to remind the country: Democrats stand for lofty, yet achievable ideals. Helping others be healthy, safe, responsible, and successful is a worthy endeavor, and by voting for a Democrat, you vote for a better country and an improved world.

Having a technology-focused convention with hundreds of LCD screens flashing multimedia content dilutes the party’s message of true progress as a moral society.

When will Hillary & women have their turn?

Obama Face

Ok, I get it. Obama delivered a brilliant, vital, on-the-mark speech discussion about race relations in America. Everyone applauds, some people cry. Pundits unanimously agree it’s the most important speech…like…ever. That’s cool, good for him. Race is a-ok. What about gender?

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