Well I guess I can't technically say that, however, we did get a chance to see if viral videos had any affect on political campaigns. There were some elections yesterday and it just so happens that four candidates in Tuesday's primary elections in Alabama created campaign ads that went viral. But did their viral videos help propel them to political victory or will they just live in infamy on the web?
First up, Gubernatorial candidate and real estate developer Tim James, whose ad got more than 900,000 views on YouTube. James is currently tied for second place with state Rep. Robert Bentley, and could enter into a runoff election.
And what about everyone’s favorite Ag. Commissioner candidate, Dale Peterson? He landed in third with 27 per cent of the vote.
Gubernatorial candidate, Judge Roy Moore, took only 13 percent of the vote.
And finally, Les Phillips--the man not afraid to "call out" President Obama. Finished last in the Republican primary for AL's 5th Congressional District.
So we may not know exactly how viral ads help a campaign, but they sure are fun to watch!