The Great U.S. Senate Tweetoff

The hardworking staff at Campaign Outsider has, of course, been following all the major candidates in the race for the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of Ted Kennedy.

That includes following them on Twitter, the microbully pulpit of the political digerati.

Here’s the tally from the past 24 hours:

Alan Khazei (D-140 Characters) – 12 tweets

Steve Pagliuca (D-GOP) – 5 tweets

Martha Coakley (D-Emily’s List) – 5 tweets

Mike Capuano (D-Ted K) – 3 tweets

Scott Brown (R-American Idol) – 1 tweet

Representative tweets:

@AlanKhazei and Max Kennedy stop at Angelos Orchid Diner in New Bedford for breakfast.

Alan and Max had a great meal at La Cantina in Framingham. Now back on the road. [Clearly, the K-Twins are eating well.]

Martha Coakley is in Washington D.C. today meeting with President Obama to discuss financial regulatory reform and…

New [Mike Capuano] Blog Post 10/9/09: “Inside Baseball”

Busy day – [Steve Pagliuca] visiting Stellaris, an innovative clean energy startup in North Billerica #green #energy

More than 40 federal laws provide for the death penalty. Today, [Scott Brown] asked Martha Coakley and Mike Capuano which ones they’d repeal. #masen

You thought election campaigns were trivial and superficial before?

Tweetie, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

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1 Response to The Great U.S. Senate Tweetoff

  1. Curmudgeon says:

    Ahh… Khazei going for the restaurant vote.

    And we thought that campaigns had been dumbed-down as far as they could.

    This does not bode will for the electorate.

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