DSA candidates get out the stay-at-home votes

2020-07-28T22:06:07+00:00

City & State New York Amanda Luz Henning Santiago July 24, 2020 Several New York progressives toppled incumbent State Assembly members after absentee ballots were tallied in July. Our co-director, Jonathan Nagler, told City & State New York that it’s likely progressive candidates are actively encouraging voters to cast their ballots by mail.

DSA candidates get out the stay-at-home votes2020-07-28T22:06:07+00:00

Young candidates assemble on TikTok

2020-03-02T16:57:12+00:00

City & State New York Annie McDonough February 24, 2020 CSMaP Co-director Joshua Tucker spoke to City & State about the latest political campaign strategy: posting a quick video on TikTok to reach young voters.

Young candidates assemble on TikTok2020-03-02T16:57:12+00:00

Is it futile to keep marching?

2020-02-11T20:21:13+00:00

Mic Opheli Garcia Lawler January 31, 2020 CSMaP Co-Director Josh Tucker tells Mic about the influence of social media in modern protest movements.

Is it futile to keep marching?2020-02-11T20:21:13+00:00

Twitter Permanently Suspends Accounts of Ilhan Omar’s Potential Challenger

2019-12-02T21:25:54+00:00

The New York Times Derrick Bryson Taylor November 30, 2019 Twitter suspended the accounts of Danielle Stella, a Republican candidate hoping to challenge Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar of Minnesota next year, after she suggested the congresswoman should be tried for treason and hanged...

Twitter Permanently Suspends Accounts of Ilhan Omar’s Potential Challenger2019-12-02T21:25:54+00:00

Big Tech a big punching bag for politicians

2019-11-01T20:07:29+00:00

SFGATE Barbara Ortutay October 13, 2019 Republicans and Democrats don’t agree on health care, immigration or taxing the rich. But one subject draws critics from both parties: Big Tech...

Big Tech a big punching bag for politicians2019-11-01T20:07:29+00:00

2019-10-08T00:14:18+00:00

ABC Stephen Loiaconi April 23, 2019 Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, dismissed Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 election as “a couple of Facebook ads” Tuesday, but experts say special counsel Robert Mueller uncovered...

2019-10-08T00:14:18+00:00

What’s the strategy of Russia’s Internet trolls? We analyzed their tweets to find out.

2019-10-08T00:39:18+00:00

The Washington Post Franziska Roescher, Leon Yin, Richard Bonneau, Jonathan Nagler, and Joshua A Tucker November 19, 2018 As U.S. citizens cast their ballots in this month’s midterm election, Facebook announced its suspicions that the Russia-based Internet Research Agency (IRA) was attempting to interfere. But what, exactly, was the online strategy of this “troll farm” that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III had already indicted in connection...

What’s the strategy of Russia’s Internet trolls? We analyzed their tweets to find out.2019-10-08T00:39:18+00:00