If you’re looking to learn more about City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson, you won’t find it on KenyattaJohnson.com.
Elected officials and candidates now have a dedicated space for voter engagement
With the arrival of hundreds of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs), many marketers are excited that they can now get a web address that best describes their business or brand.
Between new sites and Google adwords, the Republican presidential racers are already at the starting line.
An upcoming code change means Obama’s groundbreaking 2012 outreach on the site won’t happen again.
Dedicated space for governments, candidates & others to engage voters
Election-year website squatters have dollar signs in their eyes, scooping up 2016-related domain names with the aim of cashing in on six-figure payouts...(The Hill)
National Democrats are blasting their Republican counterparts for creating what they call "faux news"... (AZCentral)
Some guy in Kansas registered the domain name clinton.democrat before Rightside’s new gTLD went into general availability today. (DomainIncite)
A story up at Mother Jones today illustrates the perils of running for political office in the 21st century. (The Daily Caller)
There's a long checklist of tasks a politician must complete before she or he can run for president. You've got to court the top political consultants to your cause. (MotherJones.com)
The husband of a candidate in tomorrow’s primary election has allegedly committed fraud, according to a superior court judge. (Wake Weekly)