The Clinton campaign is counting on Texas to stay alive, but as David Domke describes in his account at the Crosscut Seattle
, they haven't exactly reached out to student journalists to keep the fire burning (at least not his students).
David Domke teaches journalism at the University of Washington. In order to cover the presidential race, 16 of his students created SeattlePoliticore.
In David's words: We've gone new media, adopting a mode of blogging that combines traditional reporting, insights from other news outlets, and first-person commentary. It's somewhere between the voice of The Seattle Times' David Postman and the rancor of the blogosphere: part journalism, part pundit, part political newbies. Altogether, we have presented the campaign through youthful eyes.… Read more