Raleigh, NC, August 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Nancy McFarlane, Raleigh city councilor and mayor pro tem, has announced that she has launched a new website (http://www.nancymcfarlane.com) to disseminate information about her 2011 mayoral campaign. The website offers detailed background information about McFarlane and her stances on several key issues impacting Raleigh. The new website also contains details about how to get in touch with McFarlane and offers opportunities to get involved in the campaign.
McFarlane has also launched a new Facebook page and Twitter account to engage Raleigh voters in the upcoming campaign. As a City Councilor, Nancy has regularly blogged about her work for District A and throughout Raleigh.
“I am thrilled about the launch of my new website and plan to continue connecting to voters through social media,” said McFarlane. “It is incredibly important that Raleigh continues to improve communication with its citizens, and I hope that by extending my presence online, everyone will be encouraged to become more involved in productive conversations and activities.”
- McFarlane officially filed her candidacy for Raleigh mayor on July 25.
- For more information about Nancy McFarlane, visit http://www.nancymcfarlane.com.
About Nancy McFarlane:
Nancy McFarlane is a Raleigh city councilor, a pharmacist and the president of MedPro Rx, Inc., an accredited specialty infusion pharmacy that provides infusion medications and services to clients with chronic illnesses. Passionate about maintaining and improving the quality of life in Raleigh, Nancy has served on the Council as representative of District A since 2007. She is mayor pro tem for the City of Raleigh and is a candidate for the 2011 mayoral race. As chair of the Council’s Comprehensive Planning Committee and a member of the Budget and Economic Development Committee, she is active in campaigning for responsible development that protects not only the quality of life in Raleigh but also the environment. Nancy is also a liaison to the following organizations: Wake County Elected Officials Transit Work Group, Raleigh Arts Commission and United Arts Council, Upper Neuse Rivers Basin Association, Environmental Advisory Board, Substance Abuse Advisory Council, Storm Water Management Utility Commission, Triangle J Council of Governments, Water Advisory Committee, Sister Cities, and Wake County Schools. She is also involved with the Women’s Forum of NC and the Women on Board Steering Committee. For more information about Nancy McFarlane, visit http://www.nancymcfarlane.com.
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