President Obama Has Been Re-Elected
And he took to his Twitter account to say:
Four more years. pic.twitter.com/bAJE6Vom
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) November 7, 2012
The seat is still taken.
It’s Election Day in America, and the voting is well underway.
Many people across America are using Social Media to follow along with the Election Day updates. Those who are at work are using Twitter and Foursquare to watch their friends check-in at the polling locations across America.
Want to know how to follow election day 2012?
Well, Twitter has launched an Event Page to curate the most relevant tweets about the election at:
The Twitter team will be monitoring stats throughout the day, and some of those interesting trends will be reflected on Twitter’s Twindex, which ought to indicate whether one policy issue defines the day.
“We believe that in addition to last-second persuasion tweets, you’ll see a lot of … ‘get out the vote’ activity. Twitter has proven to be a remarkable crowd-building tool around the world and I think we’ll see something similar on Election Day here in the U.S.” – Peter Greenberg, Twitter’s head of political advertising.