Politwoops Deleted Tweets from Politicians

Sure, we all tweet things we don't men mean to share, but now politicians have no way to hide them. Discover tweets that your politicians shared and then deleted.

To meet the Twitter API Terms of Service, all deleted tweets shown here since June 22, 2012 have been reviewed and approved by the Sunlight Foundation.

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Kirsten Gillibrand (D) @SenGillibrand

If you're in the individual market & want health care coverage beginning Jan 1, be sure to sign up today: http://t.co/lSf5PJeIy7 #getcovered

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Rep. Mike Honda (D) @RepMikeHonda

ok #dc #homefree just won #thesingoff ...who wants to go see them in march at the fillmore?

Martin O'Malley (D) @GovernorOMalley

I like the data approach: #USMNT chances for Group Stage advancement may not be as bad as you think #MLS http://t.co/tkm4XjAISK

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Brad Schneider (D) @Schneider4IL10

New week, new tweets, new stats. 348 followers, 93 unfollowers. Via good old http://t.co/0BnR1Ncn07

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Blumenauer Media (D) @BlumenauerMedia

This is a must have product, do not kick it until you try it! http://t.co/REhE4tZTjH

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Pedro Pierluisi (D) @pedropierluisi

Le pidí aCasaBlanca a ir + allá d maximizar uso d fondos federales @ PR y q tome en consideración los programas en qPR no recibe trato igual

Jared Polis (D) @jaredpolis

Sherlock Holmes now officially in the public domain! Profit away from derivative works! Elementary, my dear Watson http://t.co/fUAGWKlHzk

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Jared Polis (D) @jaredpolis

@whereishawkins you know the market well, young Jedi

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Robin Kelly (D) @Robin42CD

RT @RepRobinKelly: In 1928, Amelia Earhart visited this Crete location where she cheered on a horse named in her honor #12DoD http://t.co/h15rTdggcD

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