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The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 11:42AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

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The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 11:38AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

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The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 11:35AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

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The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 11:32AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

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The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 11:25AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public – particularly millennials – viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election Day... read more

The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 10:33AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public – particularly millennials – viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election Day... read more

The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 10:27AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

The women bridging tech and politics in the 2016 election

06/29/15 10:24AM

In the 2012 presidential election, Twitter was the gold standard for being digitally savvy, playing a huge role in how the public -- particularly millennials -- viewed the candidates. The social media platform set the tone for debates, speeches and the party conventions. At the time, the 2012 election cycle broke Twitter records: with Election... read more

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