Jon Huntsman's secret weapon @jon2012girls

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(CNN) — As the most recognizable political offspring so far in the 2012 election cycle, the three eldest daughters of GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman are trying to use Twitter, television and YouTube to get votes for their dad.

The self-identified “secret weapon” of the former Utah governor’s campaign tweet their campaign observations, appear on national television and recently parodied a controversial Web video form rival candidate Herman Cain.

Most known by their Twitter handle, @Jon2012girls, Mary Anne, 26, Abby, 25, and Liddy, 22, who started tweeting to keep their friends updated on their whereabouts, are now attempting to lift the curtain on their dad’s presidential campaign.

via Can Huntsman’s ‘secret weapons’ help his poll numbers? –

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