Guest Post Nate Silver’s crime? Standing by the projections of his proprietary statistical model that have predicted the results of the last two elections with stunning accuracy.
You’ve likely gone and voted and are now watching the results as they unfold. But what if it wasn’t the issues and polls that informed your vote, but rather the headlines floating around the Internet? What if a click was a vote?
For tomorrow’s presidential election, Twitter has partnered up with Fox News, representing the first time the two have ever come together on a social media partnership.
Guest Post During the Presidential election season, scammers can’t wait to cast their nets. It’s important to know the signs of fraud and be able to identify the difference between a legitimate email from a fraudulent one. Here are three ways to identify a potentially counterfeit email or website.
DEMO startup ElectNext offers a survey that helps you figured out political issues — and where you stand on them.
Taking advantage of powerful social media channels, Republican VP nominee Paul Ryan has posted criticisms against President Obama on the popular question-and-answer service Quora.
Editor’s Pick With the Republican National Convention starting today in Tampa, the 2012 election enters its most intense phase. Thanks to our smartphones and social networks, there have never been more ways to get information on the candidates and events of the season.
Guest Post Twitter has gotten a lot of credit for helping spread democracy around the world in far-flung places like Egypt and Libya. It’s time to import that back to the United States.
Google has launched a hub for keeping track of the (increasingly digital) U.S. elections.