• Archive for May, 2015

    Social Media Poll #4: Who is the most engaging of the presidential candidates — Huckabee, Rubio, Clinton, or?

    by  • May 22, 2015 • Election 2016, politics, Social Media, White House 2016 • 0 Comments

    Who is the most engaging of all of the announced candidates for president? You might say the folksy Mike Huckabee, longtime talk show host, pastor and former governor of Arkansas. Or maybe Marco Rubio, the GOP senator from Florida who seems to connect well with voters, and in his speeches evinces empathy for people...

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    Social Media Poll #3: Ben Carson and Mike Huckabee enter the presidential race with advantages, but Bernie Sanders still surges

    by  • May 13, 2015 • politics, Social Media, White House 2016 • 0 Comments

      Bernie Sanders, the scruffy U.S. Senator from Vermont, continues to have social-media momentum in his second week running for the presidency even as three new Republicans entering the race dominated the headlines. More than 88,000 people signed up to “like” Sanders on Facebook or follow him on Twitter, in the six days from...

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    Bernie Sanders: small-state Senator has big social-media mojo

    by  • May 3, 2015 • Bernie Sanders, Election 2016, Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, politics, Rand Paul, Social Media, Ted Cruz, White House 2016 • 0 Comments

    I think Bernie Sanders running for the White House is a sign of American political health. Now, I know we have sickness aplenty in our body politic with hyper partisanship and an inability to discuss civilly and make sensible decisions about hard national problems. But that Sanders, a quirky, lefty politician from the even...

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