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5 Lessons From Obama’s Twitter Town Hall

by Zach Green on June 15, 2012

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Twitter town halls have become a popular campaign tool during this presidential election season. That’s why campaign strategist David Axelrod followed President Barack Obama’s economic speech in Ohio yesterday with a power-packed Q&A, sending 28 tweets and re-tweets through the @BarackObama account in as many minutes.

Certainly, an endless stream of presidential and congressional candidates have tried their own variations of this medium, but Axelrod’s was the most effective execution to date. Here’s why.

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