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Kelowna company offers Twitter tutorials for civic candidates

In Kelowna's upcoming municipal election there are more than 60 candidates running for mayor, city council and the school board. As a result, it can be a mind boggling task for even the most politically informed voter to keep track of them all.

But now there's help, at least for the web-savvy.

A Kelowna media company says it has the one-stop-shop to see what all those candidates are saying through social media. And it wants to help the candidates NOT already on Twitter or Facebook to get their feet wet in this expanding online world.

Ryan Lahay is with Csek Creative, the company behind that created the website. He spoke with Daybreak guest host, Valerie McTavish.

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