So you’re not running with Romney or beaming for Barack, and you’re a little sick of seeing all of the political posts on your Facebook news feed. There is a way to block them, without clicking on each one individually. Tech blog Lifehacker illustrates how to remove certain keywords (such as Romney, Obama, Democratic, Republican, etc.) from popping up in the news feed.
Some of the latest analysis of the 2012 election through the lens of social media shows that Republican candidate Mitt Romney has been gaining popularity on Facebook recently, while President Barack Obama hasn’t had much growth in the like category.
U.S. Representative Keith Ellison Jeremy Slevin’s Facebook strategist tells us about the congressman’s timeline.
Look for Facebook to play a major role in what promises to an exciting year in politics.
Some 51 percent of social media users have posted political messages on their Facebook wall, yet only about one-third (36 percent) have changed their mind on an issue based on the political content a friend posted on social media.
Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are competing for the title of MVP based on their use of Facebook and other social media channels.
Meet Votocracy and the man behind the app allowing anyone to run for president.