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Google Picks Former Bush Staffer As Envoy to Republicans

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, September 14 2011

A former spokesman for President George W. Bush will run outreach to Republican campaigns on Google's behalf, Politico and The Hill's Hillicon Valley report today. Rob Saliterman, who served as communications director ... Read More

In Wisconsin, Savvy Organizing Online, But Not Much Marketing

BY Nick Judd | Friday, July 15 2011

Writing for ClickZ Politics, Kate Kaye takes a look at the online action — or lack thereof — around the Wisconsin recall effort. In the wake of the Wisconsin state legislature's passage of a controversial ... Read More

The Digital Harry Reid

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, May 20 2011

Over on Campaigns & Elections, Several of the online consultants who worked on Harry Reid's successful 2010 re-election bid peel back the curtain on what they did for the Senate majority leader, from remarketing to ... Read More

Franking Facebook?

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, May 2 2011

Facebook's ads might not be targeted enough to satisfy congressional franking regulations as they stand today, reports Roll Call's Daniel Newhauser: Franking statutes forbid House Members from using official resources to ... Read More

Drudge-raising

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 22 2010

Taegan Goddard picks up on an internal memo from the Senate campaign of Rep. Mark Kirk, Republican from Illinois, that indicates that the total haul from an online Kirk ad on the Drudge Report was, at the time of the ... Read More

Bringing the Old Field Team Back Together Again

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, October 5 2010

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Is Sarah Palin As Strong as Barack Obama on Facebook?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Monday, July 19 2010

According to our Facebook tracking tool, President Obama has a whopping 11.3 million supporters on the giant social networking site. (Technically, Facebook used to count those people as "fans" but now they are just ... Read More