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WT? on YouTube: 1 Million Views and Counting

Monday, February 4th, 2008


Our YouTube videos, launched before the 2006 midterm congressional elections, have been viewed 1,039,100 times as of this posting. By some standards, that’s not a ton. But I’m not gonna lie, we’re pretty pumped. We cruised by the 1 million view mark last week, an across the board record-setting week for traffic on Why Tuesday? and on our YouTube channel. If you’re not subscribed to Why Tuesday? on YouTube, join the almost 900 people who are and do it now. What are the top three viewed Why Tuesday? videos of all time?

#1) A PSA From William H. Taft

#2) The Redistricting Game

#3) Why Super Tuesday?

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