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Help me pick the next Conservative MP to get a digital makeover

My digital makeover series is featured in a Postmedia piece by Natalie Stechyson. It was published earlier today and features some very flattering remarks by MPs Dan Albas and Carolyn Bennett.

I’ll take this opportunity to announce I’m meeting with MPs and recording our conversations about the role of digital in Canadian politics. In the coming weeks, sections of those audio recordings will be turned into podcasts which I’ll begin publishing on this blog.

So… which Conservative MP should be the next subject of a digital makeover? [UPDATE 130225: Now that the poll is now closed, I replaced the voting interface with an image of the results. MP Candice Bergen's digital makeover is now online.]


With thanks to Brendan Mulvihill.



About the Author:

Mark Blevis is a digital public affairs strategist and President of, an integrated digital communications, public affairs and research company. His work focuses on the role of digital tools and culture on issues and reputation management. He also leads research into how Canadian opinions are shaped through online content and interactions.
  • Marce Bylinska

    Fun idea! It’s great to hear that the politicians you’re grading are actually listening (and not getting offended by their scores). Getting their perspective would be good to hear, too – maybe even to hear how important it is to those you’ve graded? I wonder if maybe it’s not a priority to some of them which is why they haven’t put much work into it (vs. them not being comfortable using the media for example).