Updated for March 2016. Here is an interesting list of 2016 US Presidential election statistics you’ll want to know including tv spending and viewership, candidate fundraising and spending, digital activity, etc…
So how crazy was Twitter on election night? The SocialTV folks over at bluefin Labs have created this interesting infographic that displays Twitter traffic through out the night and a few staggering stats about total traffic.
Just 3.5 hours after the first polls closed and Twitter’s Government and Politics team announced that election day 2012 was the most tweeted about event in US political history.
Lifehacker just tipped us off to this pretty cool Google Search trick.
foursquare announced the launch of their “I Voted” app this week. The app uses the Google Civic Information API to provide users with information about polling places, the candidates and any additional ballot questions. In conjunction with the app launch, the social network also announced the return of the I Voted foursquare badge.
This Election 2012 Twitter list is composed of news outlets, pundits on both sides of the aisle, Obama and Romney campaign staffers and some of the more interesting political bloggers. I mixed up the list to include both national figures and some key players in some of the battleground states.
I am a political junkie. I spent the first 10 years of my professional career working on political campaigns and am pretty sure it will never be completely cleansed out of my system. For me, social media has completely changed the way, and speed, in which I receive my election night news. I have sat […]