Minekey Launches Discussion Community for Election 2008
The Minekey portal on 2008 election issues (http://minekey.com/election08) gives Americans and global citizens a unique forum to learn, vote upon and debate the policies of the Democratic and Republican Presidential candidates.
SUNNYVALE, CA – October 15, 2008 – Minekey, a leading place for online discussion (http://minekey.com), has just launched its Election 2008 microsite, to provide a forum for global citizens to discover, vote upon and discuss the key issues being debated between Barack Obama and John McCain, the two candidates for President of the United States.
Anyone can join the conversation on Minekey, and vote upon and discuss the issues which are central today to the welfare and prosperity of America and the world. Obama and McCain’s positions on twenty key issues are presented for users to vote upon and discuss, including taxes, health care, housing, energy, the environment, Iraq, gun control, and abortion.
To date, over two million people have participated in discussions on Minekey, and many have shared their opinions on politics. Minekey is among the top five facebook applications in politics category (http://apps.new.facebook.com/minekey/). So far, users have expressed several thousand opinions on Minekey about Obama and McCain, and all the important issues relevant for this election.
“Minekey provides a forum for people to share their opinions and have deep discussions on political issues,” say Minekey CEO Delip Andra. “As the current economic crisis is global, voters and foreign citizens alike are paying close attention to the policy proposals of the two presidential candidates, and Minekey delivers a powerful way for anyone to express their opinion about McCain and Obama’s respective platforms, and contribute to user generated polls on related issues that impact us all.”
To view the Minekey 2008 Election site, click here: http://minekey.com/election08
About Minekey, Inc
Minekey is the leading discussion network that connects real people through real conversations. People from all over the world hang out on Minekey and discuss stuff that matters to them such as relationships, social and political issues, religion, pop culture and more. Minekey’s proprietary technology provides recommendations on relevant topics, conversations and people with similar interests. Founded by Delip Andra in 2005 and funded by NEA IndoUS Ventures, Minekey is headquartered in Silicon Valley and has R&D offices at Delhi and IIT Kharagpur in India. For more information visit: http://minekey.com.
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