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Grayson asks Holder to investigate spoof PAC

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, December 23 2009

Florida's colorful Democratic Representative Alan Grayson isn't finding to laugh at in a spoof of his website. Grayson has sent a complaint to U.S. Read More

FTC vs Bloggers: Cruising for a Bruising?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, October 14 2009

The last time I saw political bloggers across the spectrum agreeing about anything, it was in opposition to some overly restrictive notions emanating from the Federal Elections Commission about regulating political ... Read More

Testing New Search Tools on Government & Campaign Information

BY Sarah Granger | Wednesday, December 3 2008

Back in the day, when Yahoo! was the only search game in town, many wondered why Ask Jeeves (now, and eventually Google would attempt to break into that market. The answer continues to be the same - although ... Read More

Daily Digest: Bursting Bayh's Balloon

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 18 2008

A campaign to sink the possible VP nomination of Indiana senator Evan Bayh might be putting some holes in that particular trial balloon; the reviews from technologists on McCain's tech policy proposals continue to pour ... Read More

Daily Digest: Abridged Mid-Holiday Edition

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, December 26 2007

Will students show up to caucus in Iowa? Maybe, if Facebook can help it; CNET laments the lack of attention paid to tech policy in 2007; the Ron Paul blimp flies while John Edwards is denied funds. Fair?; Garrett Graff ... Read More

Daily Digest: 6/13/07

BY Joshua Levy | Wednesday, June 13 2007

The Web on the Candidates John Edwards advisor Joe Trippi is in the U.K., telling British politicians that "Internet activism is spelling the end for the age of spin." In an interview with the Guardian, Trippi talked ... Read More