YouTube is hosting official and exclusive videos from presidential candidates, including U.S. Senators Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John McCain and John Edwards, among others. The popular video sharing site, now owned by Google, is expanding its election programming and providing a special forum for candidates to have a video-based dialogue with their constituents.
Under the "You Choose '08 Spotlight" initiative, which launched on Wednesday, candidates will post videos addressing the audience and YouTube users will have a week to post their own video responses to the candidate. The candidate will then post a video responding to the … Read more