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Twitter Vote Report

Picture 2 Among the Twitter visualization projects done right, if used, the Twitter Vote Report could be illuminating on Election Day.  Acting like a citizen-driven election monitoring system, voters can
tweet their real-time problems (long wait times, broken machines, people turned away) and help make sure others know where they exist (and potentially help out).  Tweet with hashtags (like #[zip code], #wait:120, #machine, and #reg) to add your locations and experiences.

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This entry was posted on November 3, 2008 by in New Media Technology and Development, Social Media Networks, Visualization.
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