I’ll be talking about the digital side of the Ontario election with the media today. Don’t forget to vote, and check out our interactive report card.
At the encouragement of a few of my online followers, I’ve decided to add more video content to the digital public affairs mix.
A video collage of insight from Ottawa Centre candidates sharing their views on the role digital is playing in their campaigns and in democratic engagement.
Looking for the online outposts for Ottawa Centre candidates in the current Ontario provincial election? Here you go!
The Ontario Liberal Government presented its 2013 budget on May 2. The following breakdown identifies ten of those issues and what is being said about each.
Enough is being said today by analysts and the media of the abysmal voter turnout in yesterday’s Ontario election. I don’t know that I can add anything else to the discussion of a broken system and who or what is responsible for the overwhelming endorsement of apathy. The real question is what message are politicians […]
Tim Hudak dominated online mentions (the number of times a leader’s name or Twitter handle was mentioned online during the election) among the leaders of the four major Ontario parties during this election campaign. It’s important to note this analysis doesn’t consider sentiment. That means, without manually assessing the content and tone of each tweet, […]
Ontarians go to the polls tomorrow. Which means that I’m making my election night television debut tomorrow night. Sandra Blaikie will be hosting and I’ll be in the studio doing mostly analysis of the role of digital in the election campaign, and some political analysis. We had our production rehearsal this afternoon. This video captures […]