Even Obama supporters have joined in. TedCruz.com displays a message about immigration reform—advising visitors to support Obama. These days, the website is used to promote Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign!
HillaryClinton.net used to take visitors to Carly Fiorina’s website, but the former Hewlett Packard chief forfeited the URL after she dropped out of the Republican presidential race. (Her campaign previously denied any involvement in the domain’s acquisition.) HillaryClinton.net now redirects to Trump’s page. And until recently, visiting CarlyFiorina.org would remind users of the 30,000 employees she was [...]
Some of this year's presidential candidates aren't masters of their domains. Many politician-themed Internet domains instead present criticism, humor or redirect to competitors' websites, reflecting the high-speed web race to the White House. Republican Jeb Bush is among the latest candidates pranked after failing to protect a web address. Bush's campaign website is jeb2016.com — but anyone who [...]
The likely Democratic presidential hopeful already claims one: HillaryClinton.com. That's owned by Friends of Hillary, the campaign committee created for her U.S. Senate runs in 2000 and 2006. And she used it when she ran for president in 2008. Today, HillaryClinton.com's homepage gives no inkling that another campaign is afoot, but that's expected to change soon. [...]