Posted on March 7, 2009

RNC’s Top Internet Official Resigns

Cyrus Krohn

In a move that will doubtlessly be perceived as a serious setback in the GOP’s quest to retake the technological lead, eCampaign-Director Cyrus Krohn has tendered his resignation.

Krohn’s legacy is formidable. Among other achievements, he is credited with building the RNC’s Facebook group to the point where it had about 7,000 more members than its Democratic counterpart, and with growing the RNC’s e-mail list from 1.8 million to over 12 million.

True to form, Krohn used a blog post on the e-Voter Institute’s Web site to make his public announcement. Though he has chosen to leave his post at the RNC and to move to Seattle, Washington, Krohn is confident that the GOP will experience a technological renaissance. He intends to help whichever candidate is “best positioned to win [the presidency for the GOP] in 2012.”

“Change comes quickly online and the tide will turn again in favor of the GOP, once we hone our message and harness emerging technologies,” Krohn wrote. “To do that, we must match Democrats, programmer-for-programmer.”

Our comment: We at ConservaTechnology intend to help the Republican Party to do just that!


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