The midterm elections, now just two weeks away, have been marked by an explosive growth in the use of Web 2.0 tools such as online social networking and blogging in an effort to garner support and electrify voters.

The sophisticated nature of today’s political campaigns makes the results of a recent survey by the Coalition Against Domain Name Abuse all the more surprising: Members of Congress have a terrible record when it comes to registering domain names corresponding to their own names.

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