TikTok politics: Candidates turn to it 'for better or worse'

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TikTok is consumed by two-thirds of American teens, a number that has risen as other platforms have lost popularity. It's the world's most downloaded app, and the second-most visited website after Google. Questions about the company's ties to the Chinese government have hounded TikTok.
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TikTok politics: Candidates turn to it 'for better or worse'

As TikTok's popularity has exploded, it's become more than just a place for viral dance challenges

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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TikTok politics: Candidates turn to it 'for better or worse'

Wade Herring didn't know the teenage voter who approached him at a restaurant over the weekend. But she knew Herring, a Democrat running for Congress in Georgia, from his campaign videos on TikTok.

2 months ago·United States
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TikTok politics: Candidates turn to it ‘for better or worse’

Wade Herring didn't know the teenage voter who approached him at a restaurant over the weekend. But she knew Herring, a Democrat running for Congress in Georgia, from his campaign videos on TikTok.

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Candidates recognize the power of TikTok, "for better or worse"

As TikTok's popularity has exploded, candidates realize that's where young people are getting their information.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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TikTok politics: Candidates turn to it 'for better or worse'

By DAVID KLEPPER Associated PressWade Herring didn’t know the teenage voter who approached him at a restaurant over the weekend. But she knew Herring, a Democrat running for Congress in Georgia, from his campaign videos on TikTok.To Herring, a 63-year-old Savannah attorney, it was proof of TikTok’s precision-guided ability to reach young voters — the very reason why he and candidates from both parties have eagerly embraced the platform ahead of …

2 months ago·Colorado Springs, United States
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TikTok politics: Candidates turn to it 'for better or worse'

Wade Herring didn’t know the teenage voter who approached him at a restaurant over the weekend. But she knew Herring, a Democrat running for Congress in Georgia, from his campaign videos on TikTok.To Herring, a 63-year-old Savannah attorney, it was proof of TikTok’s precision-guided ability to reach young voters — the very reason why he and candidates from both parties have eagerly embraced the platform ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.“A yea…

2 months ago·Tacoma, United States
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