Today, Bill Richardson’s campaign is launching a television ad in New Hampshire about removing residual troops in a Iraq, a position on which he diverges from the leading Democratic candidates. And bloggers on are board!
The ad is being cut from a YouTube video into a 30-second spot featuring three leading progressive bloggers: Christina Read More
Eliot Spitzer, who recently started blogging on Daily Kos and other liberal web sites, will soon host his on-line conversation with readers, complete with live video streaming.
The move was supposed to start late last month and was originally conceived of as a way for Spitzer to communicate with directly with his Read More
Eliot Spitzer formally signaled his support today for building a casino in the Catskills.
Senator Al D’Amato may push for online poker.
The late John Lavelle’s Assembly seat may go to his son.
Dan Gerstein agrees with Matt Stoller about the netroots.
Mitt Romney has an explanation for a Read More
Some interesting back-and-forth in the blogosphere today after Matt Stoller at MyDD spotted this item by the online campaign director of Bush-Cheney ’04, about how the party killed the notion of allowing supporters to write on its blog when it became clear they wouldn’t stay on message.
“The plans for the launch of Read More
Over at MyDD, former Corzine campaign blogger Matt Stoller sums up the reports of friction between Chuck and New Jersey Senator/Governor-elect Jon Corzine, including the blame emanating from Jersey on the subect of who leaked the Menendez announcement.
“No word yet on the next politician Schumer’s going to piss off,” writes Stoller Read More