It may have taken too long for anyone’s liking, but it looks like Mayor Bloomberg finally came to his senses and cancelled New York City’s marathon, scheduled to take place this Sunday in the hurricane-ravaged city.
And guess what? His office announced it via Twitter.
Twitter has been very hands-on in the run-up to the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election, and both President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney have (wisely) been heavily using the micro-blogging platform to share their agenda and policies, raise awareness of where they are on the campaign trail and, perhaps, nudge those all-important undecided voters firmly in their direction.
With the election outcome now just days away, Twitter’s Political Index has President Obama firmly in the lead. But which of the candidates’ respective tweets have been getting the most engagement?
The third and final U.S. Presidential debate takes place at 9 p.m. ET and Team Romney has already come out swinging on Twitter.
The Presidential hopeful has purchased a promoted trend and it would probably be trending without them paying for it as both sides are lighting it up.
Will you be watching the debate?