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How to become a NOW Blogger

Want to weigh in on what's happening at City Hall or in the local schools? Want to tell us what you think about state or national issues? Or maybe you just have a unique perspective on life in general that you'd like to share with others. If so, we'd like to talk to you about becoming a volunteer blogger on your local NOW site.

You don't need special computer skills to be a blogger. In fact, if you send an email, you can start your own blog. All we ask is that you keep it interesting, refrain from personal attacks, and post at least once a week. More on this in our list of blogging and commenting guidelines.

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QUESTION OF THE WEEK

Waukesha alderman Aaron Perry has looked at more ways to interact with his constituents and other residents throughout the city by staying active on social media and by conducting online surveys.

How often do you communicate with your local elected officials?

I communicate pretty regularly with them, sometimes once or twice a month.

Only when there is an issue that directly impacts me.

I know who they are but have never communicated with them.

I have no idea who my alderman or state representative is.

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