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Adriel Hampton Born Modesto, California Alma mater U. C. Berkeley Occupation City Attorney investigator in San Francisco Political party Democratic Adriel Hampton (born 1978) was a candidate for the 2009 special election to replace Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher in the 10th congressional district of California, USA. He received 0.35% of the vote. Contents 1 Early life 2 Web 2.0 and Government 3 Campaign for Congress CA-10 4 References 5 External links // Early life Hampton was born in Modesto, California and was homeschooled. Hampton worked as an editor at the Lodi News-Sentinel, Alameda News Group, and San Francisco Examiner. He now works for the San Francisco City Attorney's Offices.[1] Web 2.0 and Government Hampton founded Government 2.0 Radio. Hampton describes the talk as highlighting efforts to improve transparency and responsiveness in the federal government.[1] Hampton gained publicity for use of Twitter and Facebook to campaign for the CA-10 seat to replace Rep. Tauscher.[1][2] [3] Hampton organized the crowdsourcing of an anti-Drug War policy statement. Regarding this effort, he stated, “As Congressman, I’m going to practice what I preach. The job of a representative is to listen to and lead huge groups of people, and that means using new technologies to harness the ideas of many.”[4] Campaign for Congress CA-10 On March 18, 2009, Hampton's hometown Congresswoman Rep. Ellen Tauscher (D CA-10) was nominated by President Barack Obama’s to serve as Undersecretary of State for Arms Control and International Security. Pending Rep. Tauscher’s approval by the U.S. Senate, a special election to fill her seat took place. Hampton was a candidate, and won 0.35% of the vote.[5] References ^ a b c Farrow, Ross (2009-06-01). "Former Lodi journalist Adriel Hampton running for Congress". Lodi News-Sentinel. http://www.lodinews.com/articles/2009/06/01/news/2_hampton_090601.txt. Retrieved 2009-06-13.  ^ Drapeau, Mark (2009-04-15). "The Social Media Political Campaign". True/Slant. http://trueslant.com/markdrapeau/2009/04/15/the-social-media-political-campaign-2/. Retrieved 2009-06-13.  ^ Vorderbrueggen, Lisa (2009-03-27). "CD10: The potential candidate rundown". Contra Costa Times. http://www.ibabuzz.com/politics/2009/03/27/cd10-the-potential-candidate-rundown/. Retrieved 2009-06-13.  ^ Richman, Josh (2009-05-18). "Pressing the flesh and working the Web in CD10". Contra Costa Times. http://www.ibabuzz.com/politics/2009/05/18/pressing-the-flesh-and-working-the-web-in-cd10/. Retrieved 2009-06-13.  ^ "Official Canvass: United States Representative 10th Congressional District Special Primary Election, September 1, 2009" (PDF). Secretary of State of California. 2009-09-09. http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/Special/cd10/final-official-results-cd10-primary.pdf. Retrieved 2009-09-22.  External links Adriel Hampton for U.S. Congress, Official Campaign Website Persondata Name Hampton, Adriel Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1978 Place of birth Modesto, California Date of death Place of death