Philip Davis Reports On The Role The Internet

is playing in this presidential election year. Many presidential candidates, including Lamar Alexander and Bob Dole, now have "home pages" on the World Wide Web. Alexander even announced his candidacy via the Internet. But while the candidates are doing their best to sell their message by way of cyberspace, some say they're merely preaching to the converted.

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