Wednesday, July 26, 2006

I'll Do What I Can to Help



I was trying to think of something that I could do to help Montana candidates out in the upcoming elections. The one thing that springs to mind is 'Hey. I am a computer programmer! Maybe that could help!" Well, hacking voting machines is the sole domain of the 'other side', but maybe I could do something else.

I am offering to do web site development and hosting for any democratic or independent candidate that needs it for free. If you want a custom name like votejohndoe.com, that costs me $25. Everything else is free (including hosting, design, email address etc). If you don't need want the custom name, I can set you up with johndoe.xumsoft.com for free.

I will also extend this invitation to any organization or club. Just get in touch with me at the address in the picture below (its a picture so it doesn't get spam).



Here are some examples of work I have done.

My Old Page
Wildlife Spatial Analysis Lab
Perlbox.org
Xumsoft.com

6 comments:

cece said...

Shane - I live here in Helena as well, and I wanted to help out, I contacted the Demo's and offered to drive people to the polls on election day. They have a need for things like that, perhaps you should contact them.

Shane C. Mason said...

Cece,

Certainly, thanks for the advise. I have a van and a station wagon so I will certainly do that.

Additionally, I talked with Matt Jennings from the Tester campaign. He said that they needed people to make phone calls.

Before the primary, the whole family walked around Helena delivering flyers. I was a lot of fun and people were very receptive. Mr Jennings said they would not start that again until September.

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Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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