I have seen a few websites sprouting up locally already for the 2008 election cycle.
The first one I found was Brett Wagner who is running for the Democratic Nomination for congress ( CA-24 Currently Gallegly although it is not completely known if he is running again.) again. He won the nomination back in 2004.
The website looks like the same website he has used for years with nothing truly innovative on it. I suggest the designers check out Barack Obama's website or myspace profile. I would also suggest making the videos available on youtube.com so that bloggers can cut and paste them into our websites. That is if you want coverage of course.
The second website I found was for Tony Strickland who is running for state senate ( CA-19 Currently McClintock) on the assumption that term limits won't be extended or that Tom McClintock will not be running again.
It is early so Tony Strickland only has a sign and an under construction notice but I expect that will be changing soon. His websites are usually pretty professional looking and easy to navigate. Of the local campaigns his in the past have been in the top.
Mayor Paul Miller (R-Simi Valley) has a website too.
Not much to say. It has the "more information coming soon" that we have come to know over the last few years.
The Democrats and Republicans Central Committees' websites are also constantly updated. Look through them for lots of fun pictures and events ( check the Republicans "Path to 9/11" event at The Reagan Library.