CNBC published an article an hour ago taking a look at the brisk action in candidate domain names. “They’re the modern-day real estate,” said Amichaim Abramson, an entrepreneur based in Brooklyn, New York, who bought a number of domains for future elections across the political spectrum. He said he hopes to help candidates he supports or keep domains out of the hands of those he doesn’t like, but he’s not looking to make money on the deal.
They put together a chart of domains and candidates and how far they run out to.
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