Archive for 2011

Web an increasing tool to link campaigns, voters

By BETH FOUHY | AP
NEW YORK (AP) — As potential voters in New Hampshire and Iowa scan the Internet, they probably are seeing ads for Republican Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama alongside deals for shoes … Read more

South Florida chosen as site for final debate of 2012 presidential campaign

By Anthony ManOctober 31, 2011 06:18 PM

One of the biggest single events of the 2012 presidential campaign will take place in Boca Raton – just 15 days before Election Day.

The … Read more

The 140-Character Campaign: Which GOP Candidate Is Winning at Social Media?

By Amy Bingham, The Note – ABC News

Can a presidential candidate win an election 140 characters at a time? … Read more

How Campaigns’ Use of Facebook Data Might Change the 2012 Election

By Nick Judd | techPresident

More than in any other race to date, Americans may experience the 2012 presidential election through precisely targeted phone calls, visits, tweets and Facebook posts — … Read more

Google to launch YouTube Politics

By JENNIFER MARTINEZ | Politico

Google-owned YouTube is launching a special site Thursday that it hopes will be a one-stop … Read more

Jobs Numbers Demonstrate the Government is not a Jobs Creator

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Republican candidate says he’s ready to challenge Wasserman Schultz

By Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel

Ozzie deFaria hopes his extensive business background and conservative anti-tax, anti-government spending views … Read more

Republican candidate says he’s ready to challenge Wasserman Schultz

By Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel

Ozzie deFaria hopes his extensive business background and conservative anti-tax, anti-government … Read more

SFL Businessman to Challenge Debbie Wasserman Schultz

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On Twitter, House GOP has edge over Democrats

By DAVID CHARNS, KRISTEN BARBARESI and KELLY F. ZIMMERMAN, Breitbart

WASHINGTON – Republicans have a 48-seat majority in the House. But on Twitter, they have a much bigger edge. Since 2007, … Read more