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.