Primary voters used Twitter to learn about candidates

06/9/2010 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Confronted by intimidating 80-page voter-information pamphlets, primary voters in California and other states have been using Twitter and Facebook to find out about the candidates. Peer recommendations help voters cut through the clutter and get the information that matters to them, say political-media experts.

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