But how do you even figure that out?
Ahh, the intrepid reporter knows the answer, revealed in the thread at the link (So, listen up candidates, you only think your stance on issues matters, It doesn't. Your Facebook page does. So, forget all that law school stuff, and go to Facebook school, you'll be glad you did):
O.k, I'm looking at the Firpo for DA Facebook page, but I don't see where I can browse all the individual likes. I can only see the few "likers" who also happen to be my own Facebook "friends" as well. Same with the Lost Coast Outpost's Facebook page, which has 15,706 "likes" listed. But I'm not seeing where I can click to see the list of them. Can you please explain how I could access the full list of "likers" on a Facebook page? Thanks.Ryan Burns Mod Clickey McLikefarmer
Sure: Go to the "search" bar at the top of your Facebook page. There you can type in "people who like Elan Firpo for DA," or "people who like Lost Coast Outpost." That should bring up a complete list. You can also cross-reference by searching for, say, "People who like Elan Firpo for DA and live in London, United Kingdom."Clicky McLikefarmer Ryan Burns
If you're going to comment on this thread - how about laying out what IS important in this race. What are the issues. Help the fella out.
'Professor' Gallegos didn't get half this much scrutiny as he ran the office into the ground.
When things 'fall through the cracks' at the DA's office - some guy is out on a Cruz waiver. Some guy gets out and goes right back to committing crimes, and people get hurt. People die. Do you get that?
The way it is now, it is impossible for the Deputy DAs - the PROSECUTORS - to do their jobs. There aren't enough of them left. They get handed cases and told to go into the court room without any chance of getting to know the facts and the issues, and the players in the case. You couldn't work under those conditions. You might put your head down and try to do your best, but you'd know, it's not possible.
How do you do a sit down interview with the guy and not finally ask the tough questions? He does have a year to continue messing things up, you know.