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2011 Capital Staffers Index


Although traditional methods public affairs components are still valuable, social media channels have experienced a meteoric rise in their ability to shape and influence policy worldwide over the past year. Specifically, policymakers have shown a dramatic increase in their use of Twitter, Facebook and mobile technology which underscores the importance of social media and the Internet in educating policymakers and galvanizing them to support a policy issue.

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2010 Capital Staffers Index


Edelman’s Public Affairs & StrategyOne teams interviewed senior legislative staffers around the globe in several capital cities including Berlin, Brussels, London, Paris and Washington to determine the role and influence of various communications channels both online and off.

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Election Night Coverage: Campaign 2008


On Election night, I appeared on FOX 5 News (WTTG) TV and myfoxdc.com with weekend...

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Capitol Hill Battles Over Twitter and Blackberries


Rep. John Culberson (R-TX) is on Twitter @johnculberson. So is Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) @timryan....

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Lessig Mulls Congressional Bid


Lawrence Lessig, a Stanford Law Professor, author and Internet civil liberties advocate made two annoucements on...