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Topic: Hillary Clinton

Why Presidential Hopefuls Are Relying on Endorsements From Social Celebrities

Lena Dunham, Phil Robertson and others are picking sides

In the 2012 presidential campaigns, social media was all about YouTube, Facebook and Twitter and about the candidates having their digital playbooks together—that is, being organized enough to regularly push…

Nate Silver: 'Trump Has More of a Chance Than Bernie' of Winning a Nomination

Stats wiz talks presidential hopefuls and the demise of Grantland

Specs Current gig Editor in chief, FiveThirtyEight, a Disney/ESPN property Previous gig EIC, FiveThirtyEight, a New York Times property Twitter @NateSilver538 Age 37 Adweek: What are the biggest differences between partnering with The New York Times…

Snapchat and Instagram Users Would Vote to See Sanders and Trump Go Head to Head

Survey looks good for Ben Carson, too

Tonight, millions of voters will watch the fourth Republican debate for the party's presidential nomination. With that in mind, Action Committee thought it'd be interesting to survey more than 1,500 Instagram…

How the Democratic Candidates Stacked Up on Tuesday Night With Twitter Mentions

Sanders and Clinton in a dead heat

After last night's five-candidate Democratic debate, most media pundits said former secretary of state Hillary Clinton won—while a CNN-led Facebook poll gave the victory to Bernie Sanders, the senator from…

Presidential Candidates Have Spent Less Than 1% of the $5.5 Billion They're Expected to Rack Up

But spending already 3 times higher than last election

The 2016 race to the White House might seem like it's already zooming full speed ahead, but in terms of dollar signs, it's only just begun. Speaking at Advertising Week, FiveThirtyEight…

By the Numbers: How Presidential Candidates Stack Up on Social Media

And why Twitter, Facebook and Instagram followers aren’t everything

The 2016 presidential race is inherently different from the 2012 contest, and not just because there's no incumbent. Early campaigning on social media has never been so intense, with candidates turning…

Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush Are Having a Photoshop Battle on Twitter

Welcome to the new, real-time reality of electioneering

The 2016 presidential election, it seems, will be fought on Twitter. Presidential candidate Jeb Bush used the social media platform Monday evening to pick another fight with former Secretary of State…

In New Campaign Store, Hillary Clinton Softens Image With Pantsuit T-Shirt

It's smart branding, but will it work?

Hillary Clinton is a well-known and self-described "pantsuit aficionado." Now, the former Secretary of State, currently campaigning to be the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, is capitalizing on that sometimes-mocked sartorial…

House of Cards' Kevin Spacey Prank Calls Hillary Clinton

But we're still not buying the Southern accent

Kevin Spacey, more or less in character as House of Cards' South Carolina politician Frank Underwood, stars in this ad for the Clinton Foundation, keyed to Bill Clinton's 68th birthday.…

U.S. Secretly Built Cuba's Twitter Clone to Spark Unrest, the AP Reports

Even tried to recruit Jack Dorsey

A Cuban Twitter clone that once counted tens of thousands of users on the small Communist island was actually a U.S. plot to manufacture dissent there, according to an Associated…

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