Cartersville, GA (WiredPRNews.com) Jillian Curtin, Editor-in-Chief of U.S. Election News, has announced the creation of the publication’s new Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/2012ElectionNews. The Facebook page is an outreach of the U.S. Election News website to help voters stay connected and informed about the candidates and issues that concern them.
“Please exercise your most precious right – the right to vote for your leaders,” said Curtin. “Stop by and join in the conversation.”
U.S. Election News invites voters to visit the Facebook page to promote a candidate, share their knowledge and engage in conversations to enrich and inform the public. The Facebook site includes opinion polls and information about domestic and foreign issues that impact the nation.
U.S. Election News is the premiere website for local, national and global election news. The website is non-partisan and dedicated to informing voters on a wide range of topics that feature Democrats, Republicans, Independents, the Tea Party and others.
The primary focus of the website is news about the 2012 election news and candidates, but visitors to the site will also find content that examines terrorist activities, national health care, the state of the union and energy, along with immigration and foreign relations. The site looks at major news outlets, how they affect voter opinion and candidates from the media arena. The publication spotlights local, national and overseas trends that affect the politics, economy, safety and well-being of the U.S. and its citizens.
Headquartered in Cartersville, Georgia, U.S. Election News was created in August 2010 to become a central hub for news about the 2012 presidential elections in the U.S. and beyond. The website publishes non-partisan content on a wide range of topics. The site welcomes civil comment and seeks qualified journalists to provide news and information for a balanced view.
U.S. Election News is a full featured, multi-media website dedicated to providing the latest news and information on 2012 election issues and candidates in the U.S. The non-partisan publication also offers local, national and worldwide news of note that affects the U.S. With the launch of its new Facebook page, U.S. Election News encourages visitors to engage in lively, civil and constructive debate for a greater understanding of the political system and how it affects everyone.
U.S. Election news can be reached by phone at 202-379-2821 or by email via the convenient online form. For more information, visit the website at USElectionNews.org, on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/2012electionnews, and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/2012ElectionNews.