Editors Note: Throughout the 2011 territorial election Aasman will be blogging side-by-side comparisons of communication tactics used by the various parties. We invite you to get engaged in the comment section of each post. Enjoy!
The following are screen shots taken at 4pm on Friday, roughly three hours after the election was officially called and news reports became available online and on local radio.
What role do you think the web will play in this election? Do the home pages reflect each party's brand? What role does a website have in defining a party or company brand?
Let us know what you think.
*** As of Monday morning this site had changed to a different version, however at the time of the election call and hours afterward the site remained as below. ***
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