Chris Fowler For Assemby 2006
North Syracuse, NY - Chris Fowler
, the Democrats' designated candidate for the open 121 st Assembly seat, has officially launched a brand new website on the popular site MySpace.com.
People use our MySpace page not only to learn about the campaign and about Chris
, but also to post comments and give us feedback and suggestions.It has already been a fascinating resource."In addition to its practical benefit, Fowler's
MySpace has extended the campaign's emphasis on the need for innovation and the use of technology in a new age.
The Fowler MySpace page offers far more than any standard political site.With a photo gallery, a campaign blog and the ability to post comments, the Fowler MySpace is comprehensive.Fowler
, a relative beginner to the site, is already enthusiastic about the MySpace phenomenon: "This is a real opportunity.If we can reach out to a few extra voters with a less-formal website, then we have spent our time well.If we can get a few dozen or even a few hundred folks on the site, friends, family, members of the public or the press, then we've given the people of CNY a new way to talk to their candidates."The Chris Fowler
for Assembly Myspace page can be found at myspace.com/chrisfowler06 . Fowler
has indicated that, if elected, he
intends to maintain the page for constituent use.
A Central New York Native, Fowler lives and works in North Syracuse.He is the son of an Air Force veteran and ATU Local 580 member and is himself a member of Teamsters Local 317.He teaches religious education at Holy Cross Church, volunteers as a driver for Meals on Wheels North, and coaches and referees youth and high school lacrosse.Fowler is a member of Citizens Action League, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Central New York Syracuse Professionals and Recreation Club (CNYSPaRC), Plank Road Historical Society, and 40 Below. Fowler
, the Healthcare Candidate, champions a proposal to give access to basic healthcare to every resident of New York State.His
other proposals include job retraining programs, safe-staffing policies at local hospitals, renovation of our business and education systems, and a "greenway" that connects many of our regional parks by providing a network of bike- and foot-paths.