YouTube Emerges as Political Tool in Campaigns

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Political ads are everywhere this campaign season — TV, radio, print ads and billboards. Most cost a lot of money and are subject to legal restrictions. Now a new forum could affect some races: word-of-mouth advertising that uses Internet video sites.

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