The CampaignsOnline.org is a nonpartisan research and educational project of the Center for the Study of American Government at Johns Hopkins University.
In 2003, Alexis Rice, Project Director of CampaignsOnline.org and Fellow at the Center for the Study of American Government at Johns Hopkins University, released the first academic research examining the impact of political blogging.
This groundbreaking research on political blogging and the use of the Internet in campaigning has been cited around the world and Rice has appeared on TV, radio, and been interviewed for many news stories on the subject matter.
Informed About the 2006 Campaign:
Power of the Internet
Online: The Profound Impact of the Internet, Blogs, and E-Technologies
in Presidential Political Campaigning
The Use of Blogs
in the 2004 Presidential Election
in the News:
Out-of-Towners Turn to Blogs
Donations Spur 55% Rise in 2004 Fund Raising
Finds its Niche in Politics
Changed Dynamics of 2004 Presidential Race (can be found on Lexis/Nexis)
Trail Takes to the Net
Covering Politics a New Way
Now Part of Political Playbook
Dean's Example, Kerry Turns Online
Cyber Road To the White House?
Caucus to Test New Dean Machine
in Net's Force Rises, Falls With Dean
Revolution Transforms Politics
Open New Political Front
Weblogs Soar Due to Recent Presidential Campaigns
Candidates Try Blog Rolling