It's Hump Day so you are probably thinking about your weekend plans to get you through the remainder of the week, but take a second and check out today's articles. Google has announced it's latest software product. Check out the video to see what benefits it has for you. Also, the content of your campaign website helps voters understand the issues that matter most to you. Check out the differences in the issues of Republicans and Democrats based on what is listed on their websites. Finally, a Twitter battle occurred last week between the White House and a conservative author. See how the two went back and forth 140 characters at a time.
Google, you can't stop it: Google announced Google Instant. Check out the video to see how it works.
Does your website's issues page fully represent you?: When content is created for a campaign's website it should give all the information about that candidate that a voter is interested in, mainly the issues they feel strongest about. Check out this article comparing Democrat and Republican issues based off of their campaign websites. Where does your campaign fall?
War of the words 140 characters at a time: The White House's economic policies were up for debate last week between White House press secretary Robert Gibbs and conservative author Stephen Hayes. Check out the tweets between the two men in the first White House Twitter battle.