e-Campaigning: The Present and Future

@inproceedings{Batra2009eCampaigningTP,
  title={e-Campaigning: The Present and Future},
  author={Sonal Batra},
  booktitle={e-Democracy},
  year={2009}
}
  • Sonal Batra
  • Published in e-Democracy 23 September 2009
  • Political Science
The practices of E-Campaigning are gradually gaining momentum in the world. This paper discusses the Democratic campaign of the 2008 American Presidential Election. It contends that the effective use of E-Campaigning techniques was the key to their success. It also deliberates upon the tremendous increase in public involvement over the Internet during the campaigning period. Also, it predicts the future of E-Campaigning and gives an in depth analysis of what the world can expect to see in… 

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