Caleb Smith, director of new media for the Congressional Committee on Financial Services, shared exclusively with us the approach used to launch timeline.
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The U.S. Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner upgraded three different Facebook pages to timeline, which his Digital Communications Director Don Seymour discussed with us in an exclusive interview.
U.S. Representative Keith Ellison Jeremy Slevin’s Facebook strategist tells us about the congressman’s timeline.
Six U.S. senators, 20 members of the U.S. House of Representatives and two congressional committees unveiled timelines on their Facebook pages today, clearly voting in the affirmative for the new feature.
The vendor iConstituent is rolling out a new tool that could help members of Congress enhance their Facebook presence and interactions with the people they represent.
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.
Facebook developers, Congressional staff and members of Congress, transparency experts and digital innovators, will be welcomed to Capitol Hill today as Congressional leaders host the first Congressional Facebook Developer Hackathon.
U.S. House Republicans are rallying voter support for their side of the vote on the U.S. Balanced Budget Amendment, with a Facebook event page linking to a livestream of the proceedings on Friday.
U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head in January at a constituent event outside a Tucson, Arizona shopping center, posted an audio message to her constitutents on her Facebook page, and we’ve got a copy of the one-minute recording embedded in this post.
The U.S. Army’s Facebook page has reached the on million fan mark, and members of Congress are saluting a job well done.