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Twittering Behind The Scenes At The Debate

Wednesday, April 16th, 2008

Our in-debate coverage was more of a live-twitter than a live-blog. Here’s a sampling:

Debate Twitter

If you don’t follow us on Twitter, do it now. As my latest tweet said, we got tons of great interviews to cut for you, and we’ll be burning the midnight oil to do so — all in the name of strengthening our democracy by increasing voter participation.

One Response to “Twittering Behind The Scenes At The Debate”

  1. Jane Christol Says:

    would love to feel and see a strengthened democracy

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