How much are the parties paying Facebook to win your vote?

Major and minor parties are using Facebook, Google and other social media companies to try and reach undecided voters.

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One of the main ways that political parties get a message out to voters is by paying Facebook. On today’s election castassociate editor Cam Wilson speaks with Georgia Wilkins about the different ways the parties are using Facebook, YouTube and other social media platforms to win your vote this election.

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