- Citizen's Guide to St. Paul
- St. Paul - State of the City 2008
- Saint Paulitics
- St. Paul Elections 2007
- Hillary Clinton - 1984 Video
- Obama Girl at Personal Democracy Forum
- John McCain on YouTube
- Barack Obama on YouTube
- Norm Coleman
- Video: How the Internet is Changing Politics - (4:47)
- Barack Obama - 1,079,329 Supporters (June 30th, 2008)
- John McCain - 157,824 supporters (June 30th, 2008)
- Arnold Schwarzenegger - 24,373 Supporters (June 30th, 2008)
- Al Franken - 10,147 Supporters (June 30th, 2008)
- Anonymous - 3,547 Supporters (June 30th, 2008) (See Wikipedia article Anonymous (group))
- Tim Pawlenty - 3,147 Supporters (June 30th, 2008)
Candidate: John McCain
Candidate: Barack Obama
- Gawker: Bloggers in peril -- focuses particularly on censorship; mentions the Streisand Effect.
- Democracy in America: Political DoS
- NYTimes: Political Freelancers Use Web to Join the Attack
- Wikipedia: E-Democracy
- Wikipedia: Netroots
- New Dimensions of Social Movement/Countermovement Interaction: The Case of Scientology and its Internet Critics,an academic paper (which I have not fully read) on the relationship between Scientology and it's online critics; see Wikipedia for an overview.
- Particularly interesting in the context of Internet movements is the so-called "Project Chanology", an anti-Scientology protest movement.
- The netroots support for the 2008 Ron Paul campaign is another example of an online movement, in this case one that formed around an individual (real-world) candidate (without being actively encouraged by that candidate).