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Twitter Says Its Ads Make Money for Politicians

buy essay online cheap By Peter Kafka, AllThingsD.com Can you sway someone’s vote with 140 characters? Hard to tell. But you can get them to cough up some money for your campaign. That’s the thrust of a new study from Twitter and Web traffic tracker Compete out this afternoon. It says its numbers prove that […]...
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Voter Data: What the Candidates Know About You

cheap adobe software By Elana Varon, Mashable.com Whether you’re casting your ballot for Obama or Romney this November, or you’re still on the fence, chances are both campaigns know it, thanks to vast amounts of personal data they've collected about eligible voters. In the seven weeks remaining until the election on Nov. 6, both campaigns will feed […]...
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For candidates, supervoters deliver super results

By Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel Supervoters are more engaged online, both with email and Facebook, than the average citizen, said Bryan Rudnick, a political consultant with Alliance Strategies Group in Boca Raton. And Demarest, a Democrat, said he pays more attention to candidate emails than any pitches they make by phone or mail. Above all, […]...
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For candidates, supervoters deliver super results

download adobe master collection cs6 By Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel For candidates in Tuesday's party primaries and nonpartisan elections, no one is more powerful than Jim Demarest of Fort Lauderdale, Susan Freeman of Dania Beach, Susan Goldberg of Boca Raton or Deborah Nix of Delray Beach. Not the contributors with deep pockets. Not the influential […]...
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Third-Party Group Wants Internet to Pick Presidential Candidate

By Rebekah Metzler, U.S. News & World Report Driven by Americans' widespread dissatisfaction with both Democrats and Republicans, Americans Elect is trying to shake up the 2012 election by obtaining ballot access in all 50 states for a yet-to-be-named presidential candidate. The group says it has been ballot certified in 16 states, awaiting confirmation in […]...
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Iowa caucuses are democracy at grass roots

By Joe Garofoli, San Francisco Chronicle Des Moines, Iowa — John Dennis is a San Francisco guy who found himself standing in a Des Moines high school auditorium Tuesday in front of 225 Iowans and asking them to vote for Ron Paul. “His campaign inspired me to run for office. I ran for Congress in […]...
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Iowa caucuses are democracy at grass roots

By Joe Garofoli, San Francisco Chronicle Des Moines, Iowa — John Dennis is a San Francisco guy who found himself standing in a Des Moines high school auditorium Tuesday in front of 225 Iowans and asking them to vote for Ron Paul. “His campaign inspired me to run for office. I ran for Congress in […]...
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John Dennis has become a major organizer in Ron Paul’s campaign

By Carla Marinucci, San Francisco Chronicle Libertarian-leaning voters particularly celebrate that Paul “speaks truth to power,” appears to stand against big government and government spending, and is outspoken in opposition to foreign wars and interventions, he said. Tulchin’s latest poll shows that independent voters in California are generally “younger, they’re college educated … and there’s […]...