The growing network of Democracy Chronicles social brings the fight for elections, democracy, and voting to everyone’s fingertips no matter where you are! Democracy Chronicles social media websites have become hallmarks of our effort to connect with people across the globe. DC is proud to provide our expanding collection social media to give our fans a portal to news about election reform in US and democracy everywhere. Our platform now includes more than just Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. All of the following social media sites are constantly updated to make it easy to stay connected to our news.
Social media allows us at Democracy Chronicles to fully connect with those interested in democracy, elections, and voting. In modern news, social media bridges the gap between the international and the local and often leads the discussion on key issues like those that a functioning democracy requires.
The work of those fighting for local democracy worldwide is easier because of their network of international supporters and the two are now connected like never before through growing use of mobile phones and the internet. People increasingly take advantage of social media as a tool to organize and the advocates behind campaigns for free and fair elections dependent on a free press and educated population are aware of this. Democracy Chronicles thinks that election advocates promoting their activities on the web and beyond are a critical part of modern government and have been ignored for too long.
These are more than just slogans we have used to spread the message. We are looking for new volunteers to help!
Some Democracy Chronicles social media highlights
Democracy Chronicles is very proud to have 3,549 likes on Facebook as of this post. DC joined Twitter with the account @demchron in 2012 and we have built the following Twitter presence:
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About the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Democracy Chronicles:
Democracy Chronicles has been run by Founder and Editor-in-Chief Adrian Tawfik since 2011. He received a B.A. from New School University and is based in New York City where he built DC from the ground up. Be sure to read his editorial column and also checkout the rest of our international team of authors. Together, they help cover free and fair elections on every continent with a focus on election reform in the United States.