Going digital

The provincial Liberals may not have as many members knocking on doors as the New Democrats do. But you may soon be getting a message from one of the party's "digital activists." The Liberals are asking those who have Facebook accounts, twitter profiles and personal blogs to use their "personal online networks to connect with voters during the B.C. provincial election." According to an email sent to supporters, the party "won't send you messages to post everyday, but will ask you for help when important issues break and it's critical to get the word out fast." The following is a complete copy of that email, which was sent yesterday and obtained by Public Eye.

Become a Digital Activist for the BC Liberal Party

BECOME A DIGITAL ACTIVIST FOR THE BC LIBERAL PARTY

DO YOU HAVE A FACEBOOK ACCOUNT?  A TWITTER PROFILE?  A PERSONAL BLOG?  IF YOU DO, WE NEED YOUR HELP.

If you want to elect a BC Liberal government on May 12th - but need flexibility on when and how you contribute you time - you can become a BC Liberal Digital Activist[2] and use your personal networks to help us get the message out. 

If you sign up to be a Digital Activist[3] we will be asking you to use your personal online networks to connect with voters during the B.C. provincial election.  We won't send you messages to post everyday, but will ask you for help when important issues break and it's critical to get the word out fast.  

Become a Digital Activist[4] today and contribute to the BC Liberal campaign on your terms and on your schedule.  We need your voice to help keep B.C. strong.

SIGN UP NOW AT HTTP://WWW.BCLIBERALS.COM/DIGITAL.

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