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Joe Simitian's Sorry Website

Original post made by Steve, another community, on Aug 28, 2006

Today I was looking for infomation and ended up on Joe Simitian's website for senate district 11. After checking the calender and press releases it was obvious his website had not been updated in over a year. I talked with somebody in his staff and heard lots of excuses why the website has not been updated and why it will not be updated until late this year (something about a new server).

Technically, his website is quite simple and could be uploaded to a new hosting service in under an hour. If it were not this easy I would be sympathetic as I am sure Mr. Simitian is quite busy. As the representative for most of Silicon Valley, Mr. Simitian should show he has what it takes to represent this area by updating his website as soon as possible.

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