The votes are in from the New Hampshire primary, and Facebook reactions to Mitt Romney’s big win and Ron Paul’s second place finish were wildly varied.
Ahead of today’s New Hampshire primary, Socialbakers has debuted its latest infographic examining the state of the GOP presidential race among the most engaging and influential Republican candidates on Facebook.
The economy and the U.S. budget deficit top the list of concerns for voters on Facebook, with some regional variations.
Look for Facebook to play a major role in what promises to an exciting year in politics.
With days to go before voting in Iowa begins Tuesday, new polling and media coverage shows momentum by a relative newcomer to the leader board — former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) — which is also reflected on Facebook.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is leading in the polls yet lags in the race for more Facebook fans — although this weekend’s debate is giving him a big push.
New Mexico Congressman Steven Pearce, a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, is using Facebook to make himself more accessible to his constituents who are halfway across the country.
Politicos tracking the Republican primaries took to Facebook over the weekend to react to news that the Herminator, aka Herman Cain, is officially leaving the GOP presidential primary race.
Facebook users are discussing whether Herman Cain should withdraw from the presidential primary now that a fifth woman has come forward alleging an affair with him.
Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich has taken to Facebook to defend and promote his record in Congress.