Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus and Seasoned Political Activist Matt Nye uses his expertise to comment on the reach of social media and if it has enough power to knock you out your candidacy.
Can Politics on Social Media Hurt Your Candidacy?
Here are a few things to ponder…..
Sharing a picture on Facebook that shows you attending a political rally,
Writing a political opinion piece and sharing it on your personal blog,
Re-tweeting a debate quote in support of a controversial political issue
All of these things can hurt your opportunity to get chosen. The subject of political expression online in the context of your employment is a tricky one, and more employers are using social media to screen applications. Should you stay away all together?
Matt Nye uses his political background to explain social media’s role in hurting and/or helping a political campaign.
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Meet Matt Nye: Matt Nye is an innovative entrepreneur and political activist with 25 years of diversified experience in technology, telecommunications, finance, marketing and communications. He is the Founder and Immediate Past Chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Central East Florida (RLC), the Organizer of the Brevard Tea Parties and the National Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus. As the Organizer of the Brevard Tea Party Nye is a frequently sought expert for local media on subjects like taxes, regulation, waste, fraud, abuse and transparency. In his capacity as National Chairman of the RLC he is frequently interviewed on issues pertaining to national party politics and the role the liberty movement plays in today’s political landscape.
Meet Republican Liberty Caucus: The Republican Liberty Caucus is a 527 voluntary grassroots membership organization dedicated to working within the Republican Party to advance the principles of individual rights, limited government and free markets. Founded in 1991, it is the oldest continuously-operating organization within the Liberty Republican movement.
For more information – www.rlc.org