As of 4:06 p.m. the Web sites for most Minnesota representatives who voted ‘no’ on the bailout bill aren’t working. The ones for those who voted ‘yes’ are.
“We haven’t seen this much demand since the 9-11 commission report” was posted on the site in 2004, said Jeff Ventura, spokesman for the House Chief Administrative Officer. “We’re being overwhelmed with Web traffic about the bill.”
Ventura told the Associated Press the Web sites are working, but many computer users
are getting the equivalent of a busy signal when they try to visit the site. Once users are on the site, it works at reduced speed.
Still, it would appear many more people are interested in contacting the “no” reps, than the “yes” reps.
(h/t: Willie Vogt)