John Edwards is taking (and presumably will answer) questions via Twitter.
Every serious candidate is engaging blogs and interactive media as part of their campaign strategy. This is a good thing…but..
My question: Which candidates will keep the same lines of communication open to constituents once they’re elected?
2 responses to “The Web 2.0 Election”
I’m pretty sure the lines of communication will involve a White House Press Secretary and no Twitter, et. al.
Typical baby-kissing all around.
Well, I don’t think we’ll see Twitter per se, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see an official presidential blog coupled with a select few White House “insider” blogs that may or may not be comment-enabled. But I do agree, all of this current access is definitely glorified baby-kissing.