Fanning the Flames: The Freedom Project Blog
By Shawn Healy
The Republican National Committee responded to the ever-powerful net roots movement facilitated in cyberspace by liberal activists by hiring Cyrus Krohn, a veteran of Silicon Valley, to bolster the GOP's online presence. After working for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, Krohn decided to come to his ideological home and close the digital divide. Jose Antonio Vargas of the Washington Post interviewed Krohn about the RNC's new eCampaign Department which he heads. Krohn urges us not to count out the elephants just yet in a election year looking like a donkey.