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  1. As Goes Paid Search, So Goes the Election?

    Logically, voters had less need for information about the incumbent Democrats than about the Republican challengers, and Republican supporters were more curious to see what had to say about Obama and Biden than Democratic supporters...

  2. Homeland Security Wants Internet Kill Switch

    The legislation was contested by free speech groups and many Democrats last year but the conservative swing in the recent election now has bipartisan support. Sen. Susan Collins, the Republican ranking member on the Homeland Security and...

  3. Have Tea Party Candidates Read Obama Playbook on Using YouTube for Campaigns?

    However, a review of the YouTube channels for tea party candidates indicates that Paul and Angle may be running more sophisticated campaigns than the Democrats they are running against. But it appears that the Democrats no longer enjoy the...

  4. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    This may help explain why none of the 11 organizations that released polls in advance of UK Election 2010 nailed the actual results: Conservatives 36.9 percent, Labour 29.7 percent, and Liberal Democrats 23.6 percent.

  5. UK Election 2010: For Want of a Nail, the Shoe was Lost

    That's a fair question, considering the measurable impact that the televised debates among the leaders of the Labor Party, the Conservatives, and the Liberal Democrats have had on the polls leading up to the May 6 election.

  6. UK Election 2010: What's So Bad About a Hung Parliament?

    The most popular LibDem video with 22,023 views is Liberal Democrats: Say goodbye to broken promises. Labour and Liberal Democrats are tied with 28.0 percent, roughly were they were a week earlier. Finally, the Liberal Democrats' Facebook fans...

  7. UK Election 2010: Have We Just Experienced the First Real 'Twitter Moment'?‏

    Since last week's first British televised leaders' debate, the Liberal Democrats have jumped from 19.50 percent to 30.38 percent in the's General Election 2010: poll of polls. Has UK Election 2010 just experienced its first real...