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Tracking 101: How (constantly) taping candidates has changed our politics

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North Country Public Radioquoted Christian Groseof the USC Dornsife College on the tracking of politicians.

Christian Grose, a political scientist at the University of Southern California, said the practice of tracking political players on tape has spread pretty far from its roots. “One of the very first ones I can remember that was a major tracking event was the Virginia Senate race in the 2000s, when George Allen was speaking in a really rural area,” Grose said.


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