It used to be that “good government” advocates like the League of Women Voters and high school civics teachers were thrilled if anyone merely watched political debates!With the advent of the web’s online engagement, viewing and social networking options, however, the “good citizen” bar has been raised substantially.Now you can vote instantly on the winner, register to host official viewing parties, and of course watch the debate online while you multi-task.Here’s what the Obama and McCain campaigns want you to do to participate in their first debate on Friday.For ObamaFor McCainEnjoy the debate! [Although as we write, John McCain has a different idea in mind!]Roger & TomP.S. Your nonprofit’s CEO isn’t likely to have access to prime time TV on a scheduled basis anytime soon, but were he or she to do a webcast to the faithful, these campaign tools would apply. 

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