Has Obama's Internet Fundraising Success Changed Politics?

Canada
December 14, 2008 8:43am CST
I loved HIllary will all my heart but she lost in the caucus states because Obama's people were more organized and had more cash on hand. Is the blogosphere going to determine presidents from now on? What do you think?
2 responses
• India
15 Dec 08
eyah it has indeed i mean now everyoen will pay more attention to the online world then the last election campiagns n im glad it changed n now it has everyone invovled even the newer generation! happy lotting and have a nice day!
@LaurenInLA (2272)
• United States
14 Dec 08
Another Hillary fan here. Love that she's the nominee for Secretary of State but still disappointed that she was not the Vice Presidential nominee. I do think that Obama's internet fundraising broke new ground. Until Obama, politicians largely ignored the new technologies available to them and by using the internet, Obama got an entirely new generation passionately involved in the process. However, I do believe that Obama is a very charismatic individual who when he speaks can make people have hope and belief in him. He's a rare individual and I think that politicians will now start to take advantage of the internet to fundraise but I think that it will be the rare individual who will be able to use it to such advantage.