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Posted at 1:54 PM ET, 12/28/2010

Snowed in? Ask @CoryBooker for help.

By Michael Bolden

Post staff writer Nikita Stewart reports that she's been following Newark Mayor Cory Booker on Twitter (@CoryBooker). Booker has become a hero to some for his up-to-the-minute tweets and quick response with a shovel.

One user even tweeted that he saw Booker on the side of the road pushing a car out of the snow. Booker's reply? "Why didn't you get out and help." Here's a sample:

By Michael Bolden  | December 28, 2010; 1:54 PM ET
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Check out my most recent blog post (called: "Hashtag for Help") on Mayor Cory Booker's incredible response to the snow storm via Twitter and how it predicts a very positive future for the use of social media by elected officials (and how other politicians should follow suit): http://wp.me/pEk8C-2v.

Posted by: smthompson | December 28, 2010 7:29 PM | Report abuse

Check out my most recent blog post (called: "Hashtag for Help") on Mayor Cory Booker's incredible response to the snow storm via Twitter and how it predicts a very positive future for the use of social media by elected officials (and how other politicians should follow suit): http://wp.me/pEk8C-2v.

Posted by: smthompson | December 28, 2010 7:30 PM | Report abuse

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