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In New Videos, Obama Campaign Courts the Tech Vote

BY Nick Judd | Friday, October 19 2012

The Obama campaign's arm for outreach to the tech sector, Tech4Obama, today released a series of videos featuring big Silicon Valley names voicing their support for the president's re-election. Dave Morin of Path, Greylock's Reed Hastings, and Craigslist's Craig Newmark are all among the people to deliver their endorsement in this round of videos. Read More

To Spur Donations, Obama Campaign Reminds Donors of What They've Given Already

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, October 10 2012

Appealing to donors' sense of urgency and their history with the campaign, Barack Obama's re-election effort is sending people on its email list a fundraising ask that includes information on how much they've given in the past — going all the way back to the 2008 campaign. Read More

Obama Campaign Announces Text Donations Are Online Beginning This Week

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, August 23 2012

The Obama campaign announced this morning that it has begun offering supporters the opportunity to send donations via text message. Beginning with Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and U.S. Cellular customers starting this week, supporters can give small donations — up to $50 a month for most carriers, according to a release from the campaign — by texting "GIVE" to a five-digit shortcode number put into use by the campaign. Read More

Team Obama Joins Google Plus

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, November 23 2011

President Barack Obama's re-election campaign has joined Google Plus with a new Plus page. Obama joins former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's campaign, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich himself, Herman Cain's ... Read More

New Obama for America Page is a Jungle Gym for Donation Data

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, October 20 2011

Source: Barackobama.com Obama for America has released a website for users to explore data about the campaign's donor base, in order to celebrate, per the campaign, their one-millionth donor. The application allows users ... Read More

From Political Clout to Political Klout: Social Media Data Shaping Up to be Big in 2012

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, September 22 2011

Writing Monday for GigaOm, Derrick Harris speculates about the importance of data for Obama 2012: Those large follower counts are why social media data could be such a game-changer for Obama 2012; their sheer scale is ... Read More

Tim Pawlenty: the Happy Tweeting Warrior

BY Andrew Seo | Friday, July 22 2011

Just by looking at Tim Pawlenty's Twitter feed, you couldn't tell that the former Minnesota Governor was falling in the polls. While some GOP candidates tweet incessantly at and about President Barack Obama and others ... Read More