Clinton-Obama Web war

Goddard, Ben
August 2007
Hill;8/2/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 95, p31
The author reflects on the Web campaigns of Democratic presidential candidates and Senators Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards. He stressed that among the three campaigns, Clinton's site has the high production values. However, Obama won by sending a message to Democratic voters. Moreover, he viewed that if the war continues to escalate between Clinton and Obama, Edwards would turn out to be the winner.


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