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Campaigns Hope to Move from Web to Cell Phones

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Campaigns Hope to Move from Web to Cell Phones

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Advances in technology have changed the landscape in so many ways, including politics. Presidential candidates all over the Internet, but it doesn't stop there. One of the new ideas coming out of a Washington, D.C., conference of online politicos: placing candidate videos on cell phones.

The 14th annual Politics Online Conference is being held in Washington this week.

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