Abraham's website gets a makeover, policy papers coming soon
Lynne Abraham, who has been tagged as a frontrunner in the mayoral race, was also one of the last of the Democratic candidates (save for Milton Street) to have a robust online presence. Her campaign unveiled Tuesday a sleek and fully loaded website that brings her up to technological speed.
It looks similar to her competitor Jim Kenney’s website:
Which looks a lot like State Sen. Anthony Williams website:
Like their logos, campaign websites don’t exactly break the formula. Of greater impact are the issues therein. Abraham’s updated site contains her bullet-pointed takes on 12 issues, from arts and culture to crime and civil rights.
According to a campaign spokesman, Abraham will release in-depth policy papers on four of these issues — education, jobs, crime, and ethics.
Check out the other candidates’ policies here.