Monday, October 10, 2011 | 9:52 AM
We launched the Google Public Sector & Elections Blog back in June of 2009 with the intention of providing you with the latest digital learnings, insights, tools, case studies and tips from the public sector, open government and elections industries. Over the past two years, we’ve shared our research, examples, product news, trends and much more on a wide variety of governmental and political topics.
With the 2012 US election cycle kicking into high gear, the frequency of high profile elections across the globe and as more Googlers across the globe working to build tools to connect voters to the electoral process, we figured it was time to give our elections and politics project a proper blog home and an opportunity to expand in terms of coverage. That’s why we’re excited to provide even more focus on politics and elections — from across the globe — on our new Google Politics & Elections Blog.
This new Google Politics & Elections Blog will continue to be operated by our Politics & Elections team and our aim is to deliver more trends, news and tools for voters, campaigns, developers and journalists.
Go check it out now!
Posted by: Jake Parrillo, Google Politics & Elections Team