WASHINGTON--The GOP doesn't have a technology problem, Republicans insisted Friday--it has an image problem.
Since Barack Obama deftly used new media and social networks to build unprecedented online support and win the presidency last year, the Republican party has been fighting to catch up to Democrats' use of technology.
"When we get to 2010, I want my campaigns here," Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said as he held up his cell phone at the party's Tech Summit on Friday. "I want whatever we're doing to be within my thumb's reach. We don'… Read more