Here’s the 2020 presidential candidates’ custom URL shorteners

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Political campaigns are increasingly dependent on social media and digital marketing and, with candidates’ names being so key in garnering votes, it’s many savvy politicians are starting to use vanity URL shorteners.

Here’s a look at the 2020 democratic presidential candidates that used custom URL shorteners.

Joe Biden

Former vice president Joe Biden is using the short URL joe.link.

Andrew Yang

Andrew Yang’s campaign used yang2020.social. This URL shortener leverages the generic top level .social.

Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren’s campaign uses ewar.ren. This shortener takes advantage of the .ren domain extension that is Chinese for “person.”

Tulsi Gabbard

Tulsi Gabbard’s campaign used tulsi.to, using the popular .to extension that is often meant to read as the word “to” — but is actually the country code top level domain extension for the country of Tonga.