what can feds post on twitter about the election

What Can I Do as a Fed on Social Media this Election Cycle?

With a little over a month left until the election, many government employees are trying to ascertain what they can and can’t do on social media based on the Hatch Act regulations.

Ana Galindo-Marrone, chief of the Office of Special Counsel’ Hatch Act unit, sat down with Tom Temin for Federal Drive to go over what feds need to know if they’re looking to become more involved this election cycle.

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Tags: social media, OSC, Office of Special Counsel, Hatch Act, presidential election

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