Colin Delany May 12, 2008

What Tools are YOU Using for Online Politics?

Let’s help get a better sense of what tools political professionals are using, both for advocacy and to help elect candidates: take the 2008 E-Voter Institute Survey of Political and Advocacy Communications Leaders today.

Has the Internet come of age for political campaigns? Which voters are best motivated using web tools? Are online social networks effective for getting out the vote? Take the 7th Annual Survey of Political and Advocacy Communications Leaders and help E-Voter Institute better understand how campaign dollars are being spent. Take the survey and provide a wider view of the effectiveness of all media used by candidates and advocates.

E-Voter Institute, along with HCD Research, is also conducting the 3rd Annual Survey of Voter Expectations. All research results will be available in mid-July with an eye to helping you make more informed decisions about general election 2008 clients. Watch for notices about the webinar this summer. Go to http://e-voterinstitute.com to download reports from 2006 and 2007.

Remember, the more of us reply by the time the survey wraps up on May 31, the more likely we are to get good results.

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