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BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, July 16 2014

The battle against CISA heats up; the FCC's servers melt down over net neutrality; Elizabeth Warren fans organize for her online; and much, much more. Read More

CREDO SuperPAC's Online Director Joins Democracy for America

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Wednesday, July 17 2013

Andy Kelley, CREDO SuperPAC's National New Media Director, is joining Democracy for America as its online programs deputy next Monday. Kelley will be responsible for co-ordinating all of DFA's online activities, ... Read More

ShareProgress Debuts Social Sharing Optimization Tools

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Tuesday, June 18 2013

ShareProgress offers campaigners tools to optimize their social sharing strategies

ShareProgress, a left-leaning tech startup in downtown San Francisco, launched its social sharing optimization platform Tuesday after several months of testing with the progressive advocacy group CREDO Action. Read More

Mark Zuckerberg's Advocacy Group FWD's TV Ads Spark Online Backlash

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Monday, April 29 2013

A new television ad campaign recently launched by Mark Zuckerberg's advocacy group FWD.us has sparked off a backlash online from a progressive group and other Democrats who are upset that the group is running ads ... Read More

Democratic Analytics Expert To Launch ShareProgress, An Optimized Social Sharing Tool

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Thursday, February 14 2013

Jim Pugh, a prominent political data expert within the Democratic party, announced the launch of his new company ShareProgress Thursday. Pugh aims to arm progressive activists with a new tool that will help them to more ... Read More

That Zucks? Facebook Founder's First Political Fundraiser To Be Besieged By Activists

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Wednesday, February 13 2013

California activists are capitalizing on New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's fundraising swing through Palo Alto Wednesday, bringing attention to the Republican's record on reproductive health services. Read More

In Allen West Loss, Progressive Groups See a Model for Victory

BY Matt Taylor | Tuesday, November 20 2012

Exclusively for Personal Democracy Plus subscribers: Having decided early on to target Rep. Allen West with special attention, progressive groups, including a super PAC fueled by small-dollar donors rather than billionaires, are declaring victory in the wake of his concession Tuesday. They knocked on tens of thousands of doors in the district and secured pledges from hundreds of sympathetic voters, leaving them confident that extensive field and online efforts made all the difference in this ideologically charged bloodbath of a House race, which was the most expensive in America. Read More

Fox Denied Thomas' W.H. Seat; NPR Bumps Up a Row

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 2 2010

Following up on my note Friday that NPR was actively distancing itself from the online campaign being waged by progressives to get it Helen Thomas' old front-and-center seat in the White House press room, CREDO Mobile's ... Read More