call-pol-oprtvsIn case you have not noticed, the political season is upon us. Almost all of the bloggers have already picked the candidate for District 1 that they are supporting. The candidates are starting to get their message out and their operatives and supporters are engaging on social media and online. Back in January, I announced a blogging platform for those interested in blogging without wanting to deal with setup and audience engagement. Candidates, here is your chance to control your message to the electorate. You, your political operatives and your supporters can get your message online today, free and anonymously.

All of the bloggers will begin to focus on the candidates in the coming weeks. Some have already picked the candidate they are supporting and others are still looking at all of the candidates. The candidates with money to burn will be looking to buy advertising and the candidates connected to special interests have already made a deal with Bob Moore. All of you though, have an opportunity to control your message online through Newsies.

It is free, it costs nothing and there is not editorial board to convince to publish your message. Sign up today, let me know you want to write blog posts and start publishing tonight. Write one long prose, twenty short ones or thousands, it doesn’t matter, you control when and how your message is posted.

The only three simple rules are that you do not violate any US laws, you do not harass individuals because of race, immigration status or sexual orientation, and you do not post spam. I do not even need to know who you are as all you need is valid email address, even an anonymous one.

All of you who ever wanted to blog about politics here is your opportunity.

There is no cost, the rules are simple and you can do it anonymously.

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Martin Paredes

Martín Paredes is a Mexican immigrant who built his business on the U.S.-Mexican border. As an immigrant, Martín brings the perspective of someone who sees México as a native through the experience...