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Surfing for “AZ Vote” tweets (access required)

I’m looking for interesting, suggestive, penetrating, wisdom-of-the-crowds tweets about Arizona’s election. And look what I found, from someone who calls himself homosapiens2: Weird. Founf out when I went to vote that I’m not in AZ-05, but AZ-06. Flake is my ...

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Friends in strange places

Republican Farrell Quinlan found himself the subject of a proposed motion at a county Republican meeting early this month after signing up to follow updates from Terry Goddard's fan page on Facebook. With a click of his mouse, Quinlan was suddenly under the microscope of LD4 Chairman Lyle Tuttle...

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The politics of tweets: Arizona leaders, candidates embrace social media

John Paul Mitchell spends two to three hours a day on social media sites, sharing links to articles he finds interesting and regularly engaging people in bursts of 140 characters or less. But the time he spends on his Twitter account, Facebook page and other sites is more than just leisure. Mitchell hopes it will help deliver him the Arizona governorship in 2010.

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