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With Romney as Nominee, RNC Ramps Up Digital Operation

BY Sarah Lai Stirland | Wednesday, April 25 2012

The Republican party apparatus is now mobilizing for Mitt Romney. Photo: Austen Hufford

Exclusively for Personal Democracy Plus subscribers: The Republican Party will send digital directors to 13 states and launch a new Facebook application as part of a much-enhanced digital operation, officials told techPresident today. Leaning on a mix of in-house and outside talent, party officials say they've developed an infrastructure that includes a revamped approach to voter data, a mobile get-out-the-vote application and a campaign dashboard for promoting events and raising funds. As Romney has been focused on incremental primary wins in each state, the Republican National Committee, it seems — like President Barack Obama's campaign — has been taking advantage of its time to prepare. Read More

RNC Chair Candidates Talk Tech at FreedomWorks Forum

BY Nick Judd | Thursday, December 2 2010

During the FreedomWorks-sponsored debate for candidates for Republican National Committee chairman yesterday, the candidates took a question about how they would address, in the questioner's view, the way the Democrats ... Read More

Anuzis Is In

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, November 12 2010

Photo credit: David All Saul Anuzis was closely identified with the push around the RNC chair's race back in 2009 to make the Republican Party more technologically savvy, which included a Read More

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