On Friday, March 7th, Clay Aiken launched his new political website. The site was constructed by New Media Campaigns, a full-service, award-winning web design, development, and marketing agency. The local North Carolina business was launched in 2006 after the founders met at the University of North Carolina. The business is in Carrboro, North Carolina.
Be sure and visit this new website. It is sleek, easy to explore and seems to be full of excellent information about Clay and his run for Congress. I feel sure that it will be checked and tweaked often to keep it up-to-date with all the changes that will occur in the coming weeks and months.
You can explore the website at clayaiken.com Be sure and click on the tabs at the top so you can read the important issues that are the foundation of Clay’s political platform.
I would love to read your comments about the new and improved site. What do you think?
Twitter was the site of a bit more news about Clay. I found the following and it made me smile:
Normally we here at WIZARD RADIO do our best to stay out of politics, but we’ll make one exception: America needs @clayaiken in Congress!
— Wizard Radio DJ’s (@wizard_radio) March 7, 2014
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Another tweet that made me smile came from Clay’s friend, Ruben Studdard:
— Ruben Studdard (@RubenStuddard) March 7, 2014
Did you know that Ruben released his 6th album last month? Titled Unconditional Love, the CD is made up of 9 covers and 2 original songs. Both David and Jaymes Foster worked with Ruben on this romantic collection of songs.
Have you heard any of the songs? I am so glad that Clay and Ruben are still good friends.
I hope that they will always support each other.
As always, when the news about Clay becomes available, I will post it here at CANN. I hope you will check during the day to see what is happening with Clay Aiken as he makes a bid for a seat in Congress from North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District.