Scrutiny of youthful social media posts, such as Austin Davis’, likely to feature in campaigns

The criticism Democratic lieutenant governor nominee Austin Davis obtained over tweets he posted when he was in school might more and more change into a characteristic of political campaigns as digital natives start to run for larger workplace, social media consultants say.

The last decade-old posts resurfaced final week in screenshots tweeted by a conservative political marketing consultant and an advisor to Republican gubernatorial nominee Doug Mastriano. Mastriano’s advisors branded them as misogynistic, offensive to LGBTQ and Black folks and displaying a cavalier angle towards extreme alcohol use and drunken driving.


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