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Whose Online Base is Bigger, Contd.

BY Micah L. Sifry | Tuesday, September 28 2010

I'm glad to see my friends Mindy Finn and Patrick Ruffini responding to my post yesterday "Tea Party vs Netroots; Rs vs Ds: Whose Online Base is Bigger?" And I don't mind at all that they're disagreeing with my questions ... Read More

Small Tents vs. Big Networks: Recreating the GOP

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, January 6 2009

Let's take a bite at one of the bigger questions floating around the technology and politics world at the moment. The subject: the future of the Republican Party. Does the redemption of the GOP rest with mastering the ... Read More

Daily Digest: This Year in Personal Politics

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, December 29 2008

"Politics is Personal. Politics is Viral. Politics is Individual.": Jose Antonio Vargas has been covering the intersection of politics and technology for the Washington Post since February of last year, and ... Read More

Daily Digest: Microfundraising Meets Conservative Community Building

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, December 9 2008

Online Right Spins Twitter Web: Republican State Assemblyman Chuck Devore of California is the subject of compelling online experiment as he attempts to unseat sitting Senator Barbara Boxer -- a Twitter-based ... Read More

About that Rebuild...

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, December 1 2008

The Democratic Strategist's Ed Kilgore is out with his critique of RebuildTheParty.com's "10-Point Action Plan to Strengthen and Modernize the Republican Party." That's the rightroots' manifesto authored just ... Read More

Daily Digest: Reconsidering the Revolution's Small-Donor Base

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, November 25 2008

Small Donations, Mid-Sized Donors, and Obama's Cash "Revolution": A much-discussed new report from the Campaign Finance Institute looks at Barack Obama's fundraising records and calls into question what it ... Read More

Daily Digest: Romney Lost Because He Relied Too Much on the GOP Echo Chamber

BY Micah L. Sifry | Friday, February 8 2008

More on young voters in 2008; lost votes in California?; Ben Smith shares the labor and the smarts; Real Clear Politics earns some kudos; Matt Stoller reinvents campaign finance reform; Patrick Leahy wants the Founding ... Read More

Daily Digest: Does McCain Get the Tubes?

BY Joshua Levy | Thursday, January 31 2008

According to a new poll 45% of voters think the next president will get the tubes as much as they do; the internet also makes you smarter; Patrick Ruffini hustles to get the GOP nominee some funds in the aftermath of ... Read More

Daily Digest: Issues. Remember them?

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, December 10 2007

Matt Bai identifies the core lesson of the Dean campaign, and says that almost no 2008 campaigns have actually learned it; ActBlue seeks to move beyond individual fundraising; William Beutler stays on the Republican ... Read More

Daily Digest: How Will McCain Fare on MySpace and MTV?

BY Joshua Levy | Monday, December 3 2007

John McCain is the next candidate up in the MTV/MySpace presidential dialogues; we'll be liveblogging it direct from New Hampshire; dirty emails tricks are cropping up in Iowa; YouTube encourages user responses to the ... Read More