Political junkies who can’t get enough coverage of the US presidential race will be happy to hear that Microsoft’s Election 2012 Hub for Xbox Live is here to help.
It will provide video of town hall events at both the Democratic and Republican national conventions, daily content from NBC and full coverage of results as ballots are cast and counted on November 6th. As you watch live streams of the debates, you will be able to rate the performances of each person and see how others rated them in real-time. Sounds like a great way to stay informed on everything.
You will also get information on voter registration and the politicians take on issues. Microsoft says that roughly 40 percent of Xbox-owning voters surveyed aren’t completely committed to a candidate running for President. The service will launch on August 27th.
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