Some Mayors Bypass Media, Government and Talk Directly to Constituents on Facebook

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Mayors will sometimes use their Facebook Pages to bypass local media channels or government bureaucracies in order to communicate directly with their constituencies, or provide hard-to-find information, we found recently when we looked around Facebook for mayors’ Pages. As part of our ongoing series of how government entities use Facebook, we have reviewed a range of mayors with Pages — we know that these figure prominently in elections,

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