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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Adam Sharp
"It isn't just [the delegates'] experience. You should share this experience with the members of your community, with your constituents," Mr. Sharp said. "For the first time, their neighbors, co-workers and friends can actually experience [the conventions] in real time through their eyes and not have to wait for the stories when they come home."
"What you'll be seeing over the next few days is innovative work by the Republican convention to incorporate these social channels, Twitter and other platforms, into the actual proceedings," said Adam Sharp, head of government, news and social innovation for Twitter. "They are working to prompt attendees to share the experience."