It’s that wonderful time in America that comes around every four year: Presidential Election Season. This year, however, is very different from presidential elections of yore. While blogs changed the face of national elections in 2004, social networks are doing the same thing in 2008 (though they are being more bipartisan). Here is a brief list of some big online players helping with election coverage.
This isn’t by any means exhaustive, but these are some resources that help me stay afloat this election season. What are you using?
UPDATE: Reader Simon pointed out Debate Hub by C-SPAN, which gives full, up-to-the-minute updates of each debate. More on Gizmodo. Also, Google Maps has a neat way to help you register to vote. Deadline is quickly approaching, so if you haven’t done that, get on it!