As the next presidential election inches nearer, there’s some talk among journalists about relying less on polls … it’s the subject of this piece in the Washington Post.…
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Category Archives: Politicians
June 1, 2018 – 11:57 am
Politicians aren’t just tweeting
Politicians are setting up their own media. They’re establishing live streams, blogs with catchy names and more to reach voters directly. According to the New York Times, it’s partly to promote themselves. It’s also a …
By Audrey Knoth | | |