Virtually Kissing Babies?

Net politics is growing, but it's not a potent grassroots tool yet

Back in 1991, Jonah Seiger spent a summer canvassing voters in suburban Detroit, trying to drum up support for campaign-finance and auto- insurance reform. Occasionally he found a bit of interest; more often, surly homeowners sicced the family pooch on him.

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