This just in: The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC) and NGP VAN have partnered to bring state legislative candidates across the country DLCC Go, a unique suite of integrated and affordable new media, fundraising, and field campaign tools that will give Democratic campaigns of all...Read More »
Check out this Obama campaign page, your destination if you try to unsubscribe from his email list (via Peter Pasi). Clever, eh? Other than navigation links, here’s the entire text: “I’m voting for the President in 2012â€”I just get too many emails.” That’s what a...Read More »
Now on C&E: Getting Your Campaign Website Right & Microsites on the March. Plus, Death to Splash Screens?
Our good friends over at Campaigns & Elections are busily prepping the next issue for print, but they took a quick break a few days back to post the previous issue’s “Technology Bytes” column. The focus? Campaign websites, a subject too-often ignored in our current gee-whiz...Read More »
*To the tune of All the Single Ladies A quick public service announcement from your friends here at Epolitics.com: as you’re cruising around the web, you’ll no doubt occasionally find stories you like. And I bet you even have a few web sites you visit over and over, perhaps even...Read More »
Also published on HuffingtonPost Here’s an angle that just occurred to me about today’s widespread online protests against the “Stop Online Piracy Act”: normally we talk about digital activism being HOSTED on the internet, but this is a great example of what happens when...Read More »
Oof, here’s yet another reminder of why campaigns should be damn careful to nail down relevant web addresses: American Bridge is having a little fun with NewtGingrich.com. If you go to the URL, right now it redirects to one of several outside websites, including: Gingrich...Read More »