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Santorum's Campaign Chokes Online As Site Is Overwhelmed By Traffic

BY Sarah Lai Stirland and Nick Judd | Wednesday, January 4 2012

Rick Santorum in Iowa Tuesday night. YouTube

The results of Iowa Republicans' presidential nominating caucuses were not yet final when Rick Santorum took the podium to deliver a response, but one thing was clear: a vastly outspent, out-organized candidate had fought Mitt Romney, the Republican front-runner, almost to a draw. But just when Santorum's campaign could have made the most out of its online presence, his site began to malfunction. Read More

Headed Into Iowa Caucus, Santorum Jockeys for Position Online

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Tuesday, January 3 2012

Rick Santorum Photo: Flickr/Gage Skidmore

Just hours away from the outcome of the Iowa caucuses, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum's campaign is looking online to make the most of his sudden rise to prominence. Read More

YouTube and Election 2012: How Are the Candidates Doing?

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, September 28 2011

Longtime readers of techPresident know we love looking at YouTube political videos because the site offers so much interesting data about what people are watching, how videos are being shared, and so on. And while we ... Read More

Santorum Thinks Google Should Un-Savage His Name

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, September 21 2011

Here's another good one from Politico — Republican presidential candidate and Google-bombing victim Rick Santorum actually contacted Google to try and undo the damage to his search results that sex columnist Dan ... Read More

Lawsuit Alleges Rick Santorum's Website Built With 'Counterfeit' Font

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, August 18 2011

A Dutch font foundry has sued the makers of Rick Santorum's website, alleging copyright infringement for the way the site uses used their font. Update: The lawsuit pertains to an earlier version of Santorum's website, ... Read More

Sex Columnist Who Savaged 'Santorum' Threatens 'Rick' Next In Online Video

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, July 28 2011

Ever since Rick Santorum first joined the hunt for the Republican presidential nomination, his "Google problem" — and the man behind it — has returned to haunt him. And it keeps getting worse. "Santorum" is ... Read More

The First-Ever Presidential Twitter Debate: How'd That Go?

BY Nick Judd | Wednesday, July 20 2011

Earlier this afternoon, six hopefuls for the Republican presidential nomination wrapped up an hour-and-a-half-long Twitter marathon moderated by conservative commentator S.E. Cupp. The candidates made no real news, but ... Read More

Did the Internet Care About the GOP Primary Debate?

BY Nick Judd | Friday, May 6 2011

So last night's Republican primary debate, despite being so early and without a party headliner, still managed to outdo chatter about Osama bin Laden in terms of Twitter conversation: "GOP" in Twitter mentions as seen ... Read More

Santorum Downplays Langstonian Web Site Slogan

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, April 18 2011

At an event at New Hampshire's New England College, Rick Santorum miminized any similarities between his "Fighting to Make America America Again" and Langston Hughes' "Let America Be America Again," ... Read More