Buress for Assembly website is up and running; companion to his Facebook page

Look­ing for anoth­er source for infor­ma­tion on every­thing Buress for Assem­bly. Look no fur­ther. Buress, who is run­ning for the 41st assem­bly dis­trict seat now held by Repub­li­can Joan Ball­weg, has unveiled a new Buress for Assem­bly web­site. Buress says that when com­bined with the Buress of Assem­bly Face­book page, vot­ers now have the total pack­age.

When asked what is the dif­fer­ence between the two plat­forms, Buress says vot­ers should con­sid­er the web­site as an online brochure and the Face­book page as a flu­id, dynam­ic, inter­ac­tive plat­form for mes­sag­ing, announce­ments and noti­fi­ca­tions. “Dif­fer­ent plat­forms and dif­fer­ent roles,” Buress sug­gests.

The web­site. he added, has more in-depth infor­ma­tion. For exam­ple, on the Issues page, vot­ers will find a deep­er dive into his posi­tions on a core set of crit­i­cal issues. On the Cam­paign Pho­tos page vis­i­tors will find a pho­to gallery fea­tur­ing pho­tos from the cam­paign. There is also have a Vol­un­teer page where his sup­port­ers can sign up to assist the cam­paign in a vari­ety of ways.

Buress says his Face­book page remains the go-to source for break­ing news and infor­ma­tion. The Face­book page gives peo­ple oppor­tu­ni­ties to quick­ly share items with their friends, fam­i­ly, and acquain­tances. It is, he con­cludes, the top source for time-sen­si­tive announce­ments and news.