Google has launched a hub for keeping track of the (increasingly digital) U.S. elections.
As the country prepares for a hot presidential race later this fall, the web is flooded with news, videos and events related to our collective political goings-on.Google.com/Elections organizes information for voters, politicians and journalists all in one centralized dashboard.
“There’s no question that the Internet is set to deliver more political information, opinion and news than any other medium throughout the 2012 U.S. elections,” writes Googler Eric Hysen on the company blog.
Hysen says the new portal is “an election hub where citizens can study, watch, discuss, learn about, participate in and perhaps even make an impact on the digital campaign trail.”
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