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Digital marketing and the 2016 presidential election

The Washington Post interviewed our Chief Digital Officer, Mikah Sellers, on digital marketing and the 2016 presidential election. Mikah weighs in on the rise of new platforms such as Facebook Live and Snapchat, and how technology has changed the way campaigns connect with voters. Watch the interview below:

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