Topic: Voting

Facebook Users Vote on Policy Changes—Just Not That Many

Despite some users' ire, vote likely to matter little

On Monday Facebook opened up the polls for users to vote on proposed changes to its Statement of Rights and Responsibilities and Data Use Policy. Those changes include sharing data…

Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Nov. 2-9

Brands get cooking, Switzerland kills time, and one agency discovers the holy grail of how to go viral

This week, long-lost lovers got knocked off their feet by new appliances, Dewar's demonstrated that you needn't have a Y chromosome to enjoy a "drinking man's scotch," and smartphones went…

Vote Now So You Can Complain Later, Says Election Campaign

Third Street flips old adage on its head

"If you don't vote, you can't complain," the old saying goes. But that's not a great foundation for an ad campaign about voting—it's the wrong way around. How about: "If…

Fergie Leads Charge for Voter Registration in Music-Video PSA

Will unmarried women feel the L.O.V.E.?

Here are a couple of little-known factoids: 1) There's a day devoted to voter registration dubbed, appropriately enough, National Voter Registration Day. It's Sept. 25, which is Tuesday. And 2)…

Romney Will Announce Vice Presidential Pick via App

Campaign hopes to leapfrog the press, break news

It would appear that the Mitt Romney campaign loves apps. With less than 100 days to go, Mitt Romney's digital team this morning announced an iPhone and Android app called "Mitt's…