Local GOP Back Online
Looks like all, or most, of the local political parties are back online now with the local Republicans getting their web page back up again. Seems to me they had one, off and on, over the years but the page would end up disappearing suddenly, only to reappear months, if not years, later. That's to be expected, I suppose. It takes someone dedicated to maintaining a web page to make it work well over time.
Same thing has happened with the local Democrat web page through the years, if memory serves me well. Their page seems to have been up pretty steady now for some time, though. We'll have to keep an eye out and see if it disappears all of the sudden again.
The Greens have a new page up. They've changed their page a number of times through the years, with it sometimes disappearing altogether as the others have. The Greens even list pages for some of the sub- units of the county party, like the Arcata and Eureka Greens. That's something I always wanted to do when the local LP was active: Get city oriented LP groups going, which is easier said than done.
I'll give all of them credit for having more interesting and attractive pages than my very own Humboldt LP web page. I'm not too creative and have little in the way of graphic skills so my page has stayed pretty much the same since it's inception. But, as far as staying power goes, my page has been up and running non- stop since I first put it up- probably over a decade ago- so the LP gets the prize for most continous web presence.
That's an easy prize to achieve, though, since I do next to nothing with it except add a section to the page each election season listing the LP candidates and stands on local and state ballot initiatives. Maybe one of these years I should just take that page down for a few months, then put it back up, so the Humboldt LP can be like the real political parties?