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? In this digital age, they sure are trying. Whether it is a promoted tweet, a YouTube video or a Google search ad, presidential campaigns have infiltrated social media in unprecedented ways this election cycle. “It would be crazy for a … 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 — messages not from the candidates themselves, but from their own politically active friends. If those messages come, they won’t be random. As campaigns become more savvy about their data … 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 online spot for political junkies to watch the good, the bad and the ugly of the 2012 presidential campaign. The site, YouTube Politics, will include videos from the candidates’ official YouTube channels and a mix of videos produced by media … Read More

Jobs Numbers Demonstrate the Government is not a Jobs Creator

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 07 October 2011 CONTACT: BRYAN RUDNICK (561) 499-3201   Jobs Numbers Demonstrate the Government is not a Jobs Creator Weston, FL–Republican Congressional Candidate Ozzie deFaria believes this morning’s jobs numbers published by the U.S. Department of Labor demonstrate that the Obama economic agenda, championed by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), proves that both she and President Obama … 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 spending views make him the candidate who can vanquish one of South Florida’s most popular politicians, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston. deFaria, also a Weston resident, said this week he’s seeking the Republican nomination to unseat Wasserman Schultz, who’s seeking her fifth term … 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 spending views make him the candidate who can vanquish one of South Florida’s most popular politicians, U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston. deFaria, also a Weston resident, said this week he’s seeking the Republican nomination to unseat Wasserman Schultz, who’s seeking her fifth term … Read More