Representatives from YouTube, Facebook and Twitter briefed Republican staffers on Friday on social media tools.
House Speaker Boehner’s (R-Ohio) digital media director Nick Schaper said around 150 staffers attended.
“The most notable moment to me, though, was when we asked staff from freshman offices to raise their hands,” he said. “When they did, we saw they comprised about 75 percent of the audience.”
“It’s clear that our huge ranks of new members are motivated to help us continue to lead and drive innovation in the .gov space,” he said.
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