Using Facebook’s timeline features to profile the record and life history of a member of Congress makes sense, but how do you tell an interesting tale about a congressional committee that writes tax policy?
About 40 percent of Facebook users don’t know their friends as well as they thought they did, at least their political views, anyway, according to a new poll from the Pew Internet and American Life Project.
Newt Gingrich just debut a new Facebook page focused on attacking Mitt Romney’s record.
With nine U.S. states holding Republican presidential primaries tomorrow, do Facebook posts give any clues as to who will win?
Will Capitol Hill reach a consensus that timeline is an improvement to Facebook when the feature is adapted to pages?
Forget the political pundits and look no further than Facebook, which captured instant reaction to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech tonight.
If the social media marketing firm TargetedSocial is right, video-based Facebook advertising is the next innovation in political communications and will be key to the 2012 elections, from the presidential race to local campaigns.
Mitt Romney is surpassing the other Republic presidential hopefuls in every Facebook metric, from user interactions to overall fan growth and user engagement.
Newt Gingrich kicked off CNN’s Southern Republican debate with a tirade against the media, and the passion didn’t let up on stage or on Facebook, with posts going up at a rate of one every 10 seconds during the debate’s peak.
Posts about Republican presidential candidates are going up on Facebook every couple of minutes ahead of tonight’s final debate before the South Carolina primary Saturday.