I’ve talked a lot about how internet video is going to effect politics and campaigns in the next two years.  In this morning’s Washington Post, Tim Craig writes about Virginia Assembly Democrats, who are filming committee hearings and other events in the Virginia Capitol and posting them online in an effort to create accountability when voice votes are taken.  This raises the question: does vlogging have the potential to impact not only politics, but policy?  It will be interesting to see how this issue develops in the home state of George ‘Macaca’ Allen.