|Ten issue areas;
a paragraph of text on each. Two of the issues--Iraq: A Way Forward
and Homeland Security--have links to more detailed pages.
-Iraq: A Way Forward
|Ten issue areas,
each with an introductory paragraph and a link to a more detailed page.
The detailed pages include a general overview of the issue, a "Ready to
Lead" section with specific accomplishments, and a video clip.
-Strengthening the Middle
|The Dodd site
does not give a full button and separate page to issues, but instead has
a little blue button on the right side that produces a window with six
These link to six issue pages; each has some general text, The Dodd Agenda, The Dodd Record, and a place for Comments.
The Dodd site relauched on
May 23 (just a few days ago as of this writing), and several comments show
that work needs to be done to bolster the issues content. ("Chris
Dodd what is your position on Immigration and Amnesty? What is your plan
to bring the troops home? Do you believe that Iran is a nuclear threat?"
"Where do you stand on abortion, birth control, and other reproductive
health issues? I don't see this anywhere on the site.")
|Five broad issue
areas, each with an introductory paragraph. Three of the issues--Health
Care, Eliminating Poverty and Global Warming--have "Read More" links that
connect to detailed proposals (a lot of text, no downloads or video).
-Restoring America's Moral
Leadership in the World
|This is most
extensive issue area of any candidate website. Under an introductory
note from Kucinich are Ten Key Issues, each of which links to a page, sometimes
a lengthy page, of text.
-Universal Health Care
In addition to Kucinich's Ten Key Issues, down the right side are ten broad issue areas encompassing from five to 13 bullet points on very specific topics.
Also of note on the issue pages are "Related Stories" and "Related Forum Topics" links.
There is so much content it is possible to get a bit lost.
areas, each with an introductory paragraph, link to more detailed pages.
(The format is very similar to that of the Clinton page with the use of
the small photos running down the left side).
-Strengthening America Overseas
|Seven issue areas
each with an introductory paragraph; clicking on the paragraph leads to
a detailed page on the issue. Down the right side of the individual
issue pages are links to "Activist Downloads," "Related News," and "Related
Press Releases." Another nice feature is a "What do you think?" button.
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