Taking The Republican Party Online Since the GOP's inability to take advantage of the Internet during the presidential campaign, a new, tech-savvy generation of Republicans is trying to help the GOP reach out to younger voters online.
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Taking The Republican Party Online

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Taking The Republican Party Online

Taking The Republican Party Online

Taking The Republican Party Online

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Since the presidential election, a new, tech-savvy generation of Republicans is trying to help the GOP reach out to younger voters online.

Host Liane Hansen speaks to Weekend Edition's Soapbox blogger and Republican strategist Mindy Finn about the GOP's failure to take advantage of the Internet during the presidential campaign and the need for Republicans to embrace technology in the future.