As Canadians respond to allegations about the misuse of robocalls in the 2011 federal campaign, it's critical that such technologies are not confused with tactics. The public debate must consider the potential these technologies offer political leaders to more effectively reach the citizens they serve.
PHILADELPHIA - A group of Canadians stumping for Barack Obama in the run-up to Tuesday's U.S. presidential vote found a warm if at times surprised reception in the decidedly African-American neighbour...
The stage was set at Boca Raton's Lynn University. The desk dusted, chairs put in place and zingers primed and ready for volleying. Oh, and it was supposed to be about Foreign Policy. Right? Well it kind of was. Kind of. According to Romney, American grade school teachers are part of American foreign policy. Confused? Wait, there's more...
If you're following the presidential election, you've probably heard about the advertising battle going on across the airwaves. The media tends to obsess over campaign commercials, with story after story on their accuracy and how much the campaigns are spending. But there's another major advertising battle going on between the Obama and Romney campaigns that gets far less media attention: the battle for digital supremacy.