Transcript for Obama, Romney on Social Media
Matthew dowd, we'll see you tonight. And this year, whether it's tweeting, facebooking or never mind e-mailing, social media has shaped this campaign like never before. It's a new frontier for both candidates. And voters and campaigns are able to reach each other through the click of a house. Josh is at the big board with what everybody is searching for. And what the final campaigns want to leave us with. Google searches usually give us a less-varnished look of what people are hunting for before they vote today. They're telling pollsters or their family and friends. Let's look at the most searched-for election-related trends on google. Not surprisingly, the first, where do I vote? Latest polls, perhaps. Early voting results, perhaps to get a sense of where their candidate is going. The redskins rule. Who is winning? And the number four, when the nfl team in washington wins its last home game before the election, the incumbent party usually stays in power come election day. For the record, washington actually dropped its last game, 21-13, to the carolina panthers. We'll see if that nuanced rule does, in fact, hold. We want to take a look, as voters were taking to the web, what they were seeing from their candidates. The final, personal push by candidates and their campaigns, into the personal worlds of the twitterverse. Michelle obama tweeting this, four more years. That was at a campaign stop in davenport, iowa. And this, from mitt romney's body man. Talking to overflow crowds in fairfax, virginia. And another from his body man. Eric draper, take a look. So much more to see here on twitter. We'll look at it all morning, all day long here, george.
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