In the latest sign that the 2010 race for Minnesota governor -- already big into Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media flavors -- is tech savvy: Margaret Anderson Kelliher's campaign has an iPhone app.
The free application for the iPhone includes the DFL gubernatorial candidate's bio, a few upcoming events, a Twitter feed and, of course, a link to all folks to contribute.
It's not the fanciest app ever but it appears to be the very first for a Minnesota campaign. (According to TechRepublican California U.S. Senate candidate Chuck DeVore had the first U.S. Senate campaign app.)
A search for "Margaret" or "governor" finds it in the iPhone App store (but not, it seems, a search for "Kelliher.")
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