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Bridget Coyne

‎@bcoyne‎

Public Policy Director

Company How Twitter is helping people vote early

As voters face unprecedented challenges when casting their ballot in the upcoming 2020 US elections, Twitter is doing what we can to ensure that people have access to the reliable information.

Company Empowering US voters on National Voter Registration Day

As the 2020 US election approaches, Twitter is taking steps to empower more people to join in the conversation, participate confidently, and make their voices heard.

Company Helping you find accurate US Election News and Information

Twitter wants to empower every eligible person to vote in the 2020 US election.

Company US Census search prompt launch & efforts to support Census conversations

Ensuring the public can find information from authoritative sources is a key aspect of our commitment to serve the public conversation on Twitter.

Company Helping identify 2020 US election candidates on Twitter

Twitter announces 2020 US election labels and candidate verification

Company Five days until #ElectionDay 2018

We want to share an update on our efforts to ensure that Twitter provides a healthy space for public conversation that voters can rely on for accurate election news and information.

Company #BeAVoter this US election

Make your voice heard this US election.

Company Introducing US Election Labels for Midterm Candidates

Today, we are introducing U.S. election labels for specified candidates running in the 2018 U.S. midterm general election.

Events How the 2018 #SOTU was Tweeted

#SOTU

Events Staying connected to #ElectionDay with Twitter
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