We do things a little different on this website, it's not run-of-the-mill. One reaction is that a group didn't follow through on a possible meeting with Mark, and we believe that was because they frowned on this website's style, which is not your typical politician's. However, the Home Page represents the Represented more than the Candidate, and we think that's significant, even though it's not typical. Not to mention that a little "P.T. Barnumesque" doesn't hurt to draw attention to the campaign, along with our signs. From the beginning, we said that trying to energize the Youth part of our Youth and Elderly base, outreach to Youth that can vote for Mark or otherwise help him win, such as pamphleteering if at least 16, and addressing Youth issues was going to be a big part of this campaign, and we kept that promise. By definition, these issues are also about parents and parental rights. We talk about schools a lot. This doesn't encompass the entire campaign, of course, but it's an important part of it. We're staying the course.