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E-Vote: Assessing the Influence of Technology on the 2008 Presidential Elections



January 7, 2008 By

TechPresident, a Web site "covers how the 2008 presidential candidates are using the Web and ... how content generated by voters is affecting the campaign."

The site was started as a group blog that also covers and rates campaign Web sites, as well as videos of user-generated questions and the candidates' video responses. Currently, Mike Huckabee is the only Republican candidate answering user-posed questions on the site. Democrats include Barack Obama, John Edwards, Dennis Kucinich, and Mike Gravel. Questions include net neutrality, warrantless wiretapping, America as a theocracy, medical marijuana and many more.


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