From Calvin Coolidge to Barack Obama, Technology Has Revamped Presidential Campaigns (ContributorNetwork) – 1536th Edition

22 11 2011

ContributorNetwork – The use of social media — Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Foursquare and other services — has become a ubiquitous part of political campaigning in recent years, allowing candidates to shape their own messages, speak directly to masses of voters, and quickly respond to crises or criticisms. While there is little doubt that we’re currently in the midst of a brave new world of political campaigning, technology has always played a major role in how candidates campaign for office.
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