It’s almost time for the 2012 U.S. election and the Web is bursting at the seams with great content! Can Barrack Obama secure a second term in the Oval Office? Is Mitt Romney’s choice of Paul Ryan as a running mate going to sway voters to the Republican Party?
Be you a political junkie, or a concerned citizen that just likes to stay in the know, Zite will keep you informed on all the twists and turns the election takes with the launch of its new “U.S. Elections” section. With Politics being one of our top 20 sections and accounting for 2 percent of our total section adds, it was only natural that we create a category to deliver information that is relevant to you, from the primary races all the way through Election Day.
Because Zite gives you the ability to ‘thumb up’ or ‘thumb down articles, like/dislike sources, and explore stories from related topics, you can make the U.S. Election’s category specific to your interests.
Additionally, we have numerous topics that will help you stay on top of all the important issues that surround the election.. All you need to do is key in any of the following terms into the search box when you customize your section list: Electoral College, Electoral Reform, Political Advertising, Campaign Fundraising, Primary Elections, Ballot Measures, Voters, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Tea Party, Libertarian, Green Party, Presidential Debate, White House, Senate Race, Congress, U.S. Economy, Abortion, Same Sex Marriage, National Security, Education, Foreign Policy, Health Care Reform, Immigration, Gun Control, Climate Change, and Women’s Rights.