Blogging for congress


“Weblogs are now mainstream enough that Doonesbury spent a week in October making fun of them, but as political tools they are still in beta release”, Ed Cone notes in Plugging in the disconnected voter: “Guilford County’s emergence as the campaign Weblog capital of the known universe may seem an unlikely turn of events”. Tara Sue Grubb, a 26-year-old real-estate agent and Libertarian who is running for the U.S. House of Representatives, is running a campaignblog. She’s up against Republican Howard Coble, the (outgoing) chairman of the House Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet and Intellectual Property, and has confronted him on his work there. Good luck tomorrow,Tara!

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