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Eric Fehrnstrom

Ups and downs of a digital-age campaign

By Eric Fehrnstrom
November 8, 2008

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EARLY ON, I had a feeling the 2008 election was going to be different. As we prepared for the launch of Mitt Romney's national campaign, we looked to clean up his biographical entry on Wikipedia, the popular online encyclopedia edited by its users. Notoriously unreliable, it would serve as the first source of information for people curious about the then-unknown ... (Full article: 695 words)

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