It's commonly believed that this year the younger vote will turn out in greater numbers than in recent elections and deliver a commensurately greater impact. Many also believe, that this will benefit
the Democrats, but living in Indiana - defined this year as a Battleground State for the first time in 44 years - it's clear that things are far from clear cut on this count. With the array of media
options available to this demographic more diverse than ever before - after all, these are the much lauded Digital Natives - both campaigns (and especially the Obama campaign) have been pro-actively
leveraging online communication channels to reach and motivate their potential supporters.
To read more of Mike Bloxham's post, and the rest of today's political media commentary, go to the
Red, White & Blog page.