After years of campaigning, gazillions of negative ads, thousands upon thousands of debates, oodles upon oodles of facts checked, gaffs that made their own gaffs, mailers, robocalls, stumping, swinging, polling, real-clear-politicking, all endlessly, breathlessly analyzed, re-analyzed and re-re-analyzed. And now we are here. Election Day 2012.
A day like no other.
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This week we’ll focus on the election, but think of this as our digital gathering spot where you can start to come to check out each others work.
The team at Cultivated Wit has a message for the American people: If you’re not voting in this election, your excuse sucks. Larry Buchanan talks about his involvement with the project he hopes will shame people into voting.
This is sixth in a week-long series of election coverage on SND.org.
Michael Agar, region director for western Europe, reflects on British news coverage of the upcoming U.S. presidential election from a London pub.
This is part five in a week-long series of SND’s election coverage.
Coverage of the U.S. election in Mexico City was significant the major dailies El Universal, La Razón, Reporte Indigo, Reforma and Excélsior. Here is a sample of some of the work. A link to El Universal’s interactive analysis is here. Here is Excelsior’s special web site. And here is Reporto’s Indigo’s election site.
Nevada — with its six electoral votes — is one of a handful of states President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney consider a toss up this election cycle. As both candidates make myriad stops in the area surrounding Sin City, Las Vegas Sun photographer Steve Marcus explains how he approaches making thoughtful and unique images of sometimes redundant campaign events.
How do you build successful digital products to cover a news event as large as a presidential election?
Sarah Sampsel, Director of Digital, Mobile and New Product Design at The Washington Post, offers her advice based on work her team has built in D.C.
SND continues its election coverage with pages from the Cincinnati Enquirer. Ohio is another battleground state this presidential election cycle; it has 18 electoral votes up for grabs.
Nevada — with its six electoral votes — is one of a handful of states President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney consider a toss up this election cycle. As both candidates make myriad stops in the area surrounding Sin City, Las Vegas Sun photographer Sam Morris explains how he approaches making thoughtful and unique images of sometimes redundant campaign events.
This is the first in a week-long series of election coverage on SND.org.