The Spanish media scenarios have been saturated by politics with two general elections in a very short period of time. As in a kaleidoscopic déjà vu, a few months away from some votes, the Political Communication has again burst into the networks and the media to take the voters back to the polls. This fact has occurred for the first time in Spanish democracy, just when they celebrated their 40th birthday.
This novel situation of repeated elections has made us decide to dedicate this issue of the Magazine again to the Political Communication. We wanted to continue deepening the new forms of this communication and also to initiate a reflection about the consequences of the use of new media and the media saturation of political messages. From the Magazine Communication and Man we have called to continue investigating on the consequences in the Political Communication of the absence of spaces for reflection, of empty fields, of silences to be able to think and even to be able to choose.