You've surely noticed the increasing numbers of political ads on the radio and television lately. If you have really been following political campaigns this year, you've probably be monitoring online media outlets as well.
In an age where news is published online 24/7 and anyone can instantly update his or her status through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, voters can engage with political campaigns more readily than ever before. Young voters especially are more apt to connect with campaigns online. Seth Lewis, a professor of new media journalism is studying the relationship between sources of political information and how they influence political behavior. Check out Seth's expert perspective below: