Internet Campaigns

NPR's Larry Abramson reports on the power of an Internet address as campaign season heats up. Candidates are scrambling to scoop up addresses they can use for their web sites. But some are finding that they've been beat out by individuals who buy up names just to re-sell them for huge profits to candidates.

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