The Internet's Emerging Campaign Role Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) used his Web site to announce the formation of a presidential exploratory committee. As politicians learn to use the Web to reach out to voters, its importance grows for the 2008 presidential election.
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The Internet's Emerging Campaign Role

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The Internet's Emerging Campaign Role

The Internet's Emerging Campaign Role

The Internet's Emerging Campaign Role

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Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) used his Web site to announce the formation of a presidential exploratory committee. Joe Trippi, former campaign chief for Howard Dean, talks with Alex Chadwick about the role of the Internet in the 2008 presidential race.

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