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Obama’s Twitter Popularity Surges After Support For Gay Marriage

Obama went on national TV on Wednesday to publicly show his support for gay marriage. This made him the first sitting president to do so, and caused quite the stir among both mainstream and new media types.

Twitter quickly became a sounding board for any and all opinions about gay marriage and the president himself, as people took to their favorite 140-character medium to share their thoughts on the momentous declaration.
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Michelle Obama Joins Her Husband On Twitter

Michelle Obama has finally signed up for her very own Twitter account, tweeting to support her husband’s reelection efforts in November.
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Official Obama Twitter Account Embraces Black Friday, Tweets About Campaign T-Shirts And 10%-Off Coupons

It appears the feverish need to sell, sell, sell on Black Friday has reached even the President of the United States: Barack Obama’s official Twitter account took to hawking official election 2012 wares on the biggest shopping day of the year.
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Michelle Obama Sends Her Very First Tweet (But Doesn’t Have An Account Of Her Own Yet)

Joining her husband on Twitter, Michelle Obama has started to tweet this week amid a warm welcome from the White House. However, the First Lady used a proxy account, rather than creating one of her own, to interact with the Twitter-sphere.
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Obama Administration Is Asking Americans To “Tweet For Jobs”

In an effort to get as much public support for his jobs bill as possible, President Obama and his administration are asking Americans to take to Twitter to pressure Congress to act on the bill.

Using the “Tweet For Jobs” tool, Americans can tweet to their Republican legislators to try to convince them to support the flailing bill.
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#AskObama Town Hall Wrap-Up: 119K Questions, 26K Participants, 19 Answers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Obama took to Twitter on Wednesday to answer Americans’ questions about jobs and the economy, in what was the first-ever White House Twitter Town Hall. Now that it’s over, how did Obama do in answering the questions most important to the nation?

Twitter dashboard providers Twitsprout has put together a slick infographic that digs deep into the questions asked, the answers given, and just how effective this Twitter Town Hall really was.
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Could You Run A Country Using Only Twitter?

In light of Wednesday’s Twitter Town Hall, I started wondering just how useful Twitter could be to politicians and world leaders in the future. I started creating a hypothetical world in which a leader could only use Twitter to interact with citizens, lead a military and perform diplomatic relations… and the crazy part is, a lot of it could work today.
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Follow Today’s White House Town Hall With The Obama Dashboard From TwitSprout

In less than an hour, President Obama will be answering questions in the first ever White House Twitter Town Hall. If you’re interested in following along with the President’s answers to questions on jobs and the economy, the TwitSprout team has put together a dashboard that will keep tabs on all aspects of the event.
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White House Creates “Rapid Response” Twitter Account

The avatar in this article might not look like one from an official White House online presence, but it is. It’s the face of the new Director of Progressive Media & Online Response, Jesse Lee, who will be tweeting in an official capacity from @jesseclee44, in the hopes of providing rapid response for the Twitter community.
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Top 5 Ways to Follow Obama’s State of the Union on Twitter

The State of the Union may not have the same great commercials as the Super Bowl, but it’s still an annual television event that gets people talking. Whether you’re tuning in because you genuinely care about Obama’s vision for America, because you just want to sound intelligent at your next dinner party, or because all of your favorite shows are interrupted and there isn’t anything else to watch, Twitter can enhance the experience at least a little. Here are the top 5 ways to reap those benefits.

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