Alex Keys is a Conservative student in Kentucky with experience in New Media strategy and online campaigns. With a passion for grassroots politics, social networking, and beautiful web design, he is an exceptional option for your next project.
In February 2012, Marc Carey entered an already crowded race for US Congress to represent Kentucky’s 4th District, a seat held by Geoff Davis who had announced his retirement. As with any campaign website, opening to a message about the candidate and a plea for help is essential in building early connections for future help. Below is the splash page presented...Read More
Dependent upon the outcome of several states (Tennessee and Oklahoma, specifically) there are several possible scenarios of expectations. If Newt Gingrich can pull off victories in his home state of Georgia and one of two other possible election day swing states, he most certainly will re-emerge (round 3) as a front-runner. Santorum will maintain his status as a...Read More
It is often said politics begins at the local level. This statement brings with it both truth and a call to action. While most in the political arena tend to focus on national issues, because it feels as though they matter most, local issues affect more rapidly and directly. Trigg County, comprised of a nearly 70% Democratic population, TweetRead More
We should all at least know and fully understand Barack Obama is not working and must be replaced in 2012. The only problem we as a nation and as the Republican Party is just to find out which person should fill his shoes. This is something I have struggled with and have watched many of the top political pundits in America today ponder as well. As I’ve...Read More
It was a beautiful day – characteristic of Western Kentucky summers, no doubt. The morning was stormy and gloomy, however as soon as I began my journey through the countryside the skies cleared, heat raised, and humidity steamed. Little did I know the afternoon would be filled with just as much storm as the morning had brought. I had never been to the Fancy Farm...Read More