posted by Cami Zimmer on June 15,2012 in Campaign Touch - In the News and Quotes, Mobile Apps
Newsweek’s Jamie Reno contacted Cami Zimmer of Campaign Touch to find out what mobile and social apps are transforming the 2012 election. Jamie, a distinguished Newsweek writer, also writes for NewMax, a top magazine for political news.
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