Lawmakers turn to Twitter to keep their seats

06/15/2010 | Google

Faced with rising anti-incumbent sentiment, many longtime lawmakers are abandoning traditional cruise-control campaign styles and diving headlong into the world of social networking. Observers say aging candidates can't afford to be seen as dinosaurs, and that getting down and dirty on digital platforms is essential if politicians want to raise funds, mobilize their base and blunt their opponents' attacks.

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