Connecting Constituents with Politicians using Politic 2.0

April 17th, 2007 |
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Politic 2.0 is a new Utah-based Web 2.0 tech startup that is mashing up wiki’s, blogs, blog search, live video streaming and in-person and in-the-field question, ranking and commenting tools. The system supports the popular town hall model but extends into the blogosphere, adding a richer and much broader conversation. Bottomline: connect constituents to their representatives using technology on a local, state, and national level. David Jarvi, formerly with the Salt Lake Chamber, talks with Brad Baldwin about the the system and future direction.

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