A Vote for MySpace

As elections near, some candidates are elbowing for room on social networks. They should proceed with caution

Allan Lichtman isn't your typical MySpace user. His page on the popular social networking site is quite tidy. The text is legible and employs correct spelling and grammar. No musical gigs or rock bands to promote or photos he wouldn't want his parents to see. Lichtman, a Democrat, is running for U.S. Senate in Maryland, and he's hoping the exposure among younger voters will give him an edge.

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