Pew’s Cornfeld: Bush Won Because of Internet
Did Bush win because of the Internet?
MICHAEL CORNFELD KNOWS WHY George W. Bush won last year’s presidential election. Bush’s camp, said Cornfeld, used the Internet to find volunteers and then gave them information to spread–via any medium at hand–to friends and neighbors. "The Bush campaign married software to Tupperware," Cornfeld, a senior consultant with the Pew Internet & American Life Project, said Monday at OMMA West.