social media and politics

Social Media and Political Campaigns: Super Tuesday Edition

In 2020, social media marketing plays a big role in the promotion of just about anything and everything, including political candidates. From Twitter to Facebook to Instagram, those with presidential aspirations have quickly learned that social media and political campaigns now go hand in hand.

Social Media and Political Campaigns in 2020

With the November presidential election getting closer, social media is flooded with political messaging. Super Tuesday — when 14 states vote on the Presidential nomination — is a prime example of how social media is now used in political campaigns. Every one of the candidates regularly posted content on the major social media platforms around these key contests. Whether it’s photos, videos or just links, social media posting is a now a go-to promotional strategy.


Joe Biden on Twitter

Joe Biden optimized his Twitter profile to provide key information, like a link to his website and a number to text him at.

social media and political campaigns: Elizabeth Warren on Twitter

Bernie Sanders shared a Twitter post from a reputable news organization about one of his primary victories to add credibility to his tweet.

social media and political campaigns: Elizabeth Warren on Twitter

Elizabeth Warren pinned a Tweet to the top of her profile that included a video and a link to her campaign website.

Amy Klobuchar on Twitter

Social media and political campaigns don’t always have to be serious. Amy Klobuchar showed her followers her lighter side when she shared a tweet from Saturday Night Live’s Rachel Dratch.


social media and political campaigns: Joe Biden on Facebook

For the 2020 Democratic primary, Joe Biden and other candidates used Facebook groups as a means to share information with supporters. He created groups for different state primaries.

Bernie Sanders on Facebook

Bernie Sanders utilized many different aspects of Facebook, including the events feature, to help attract supporters to his rallies.


social media and political campaigns: Elizabeth Warren on Instagram

Elizabeth Warren used the popular Instagram stories feature to promote her political campaign. Visitors to her profile could immediately find out vital information from short videos.

social media and political campaigns: Mike Bloomberg on Instagram

Mike Bloomberg sometimes used Instagram to share personal pictures that helped voters better identify with him.

Social Media is Now a Place to Be for Politicians

Across these three social media platforms and others, political candidates have found simple and effective ways to create buzz. During the rest of the 2020 primary season and beyond, social media and political campaigns are likely to influence one another.

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