Rand Paul on Snapchat
The Republican senator, who has popular accounts on Meerkat and Twitter, used Snapchat as stage for an action-packed ad on tax code.
Mike Huckabee on Vine
The Republican candidate was not a fan of 90s Disney, it seems -- at least as political philosophy. In a clip from Mr. Huckabee's Vine account, happy-go-lucky Timon and Pumbaa from "The Lion King" seem to stand in for President Obama. (Extra points for using a pop culture reference, though.)
Jeb Bush on Instagram
Mr. Bush is a social media maven, using platforms to connect with the electorate and even announcing his presidential candidacy via Snapchat story. #JebNoFilter has been trending on Twitter after the presidential candidate's YouTube account showed a short clip of Mr. Bush casually discussing campy sci-fi movie "Sharknado 3." Below is another #JebNoFilter clip, this one from Instagram.
Ted Cruz on Vine
Ted Cruz is praised for being so social media-friendly. He doesn't underestimate technology, often interacting with Twitter followers and addressing his so-called #CruzCrew on Facebook. Is there such a thing as being too social-friendly? The Vine loop below comes off a little strange without context of where he stands on an Internet policy bill.
Donald Trump on Instagram
The Donald also has a Vine account, but he seems to be favoring Instagram more lately, posting videos including this roundup of pundits' reactions to his campaign: