Type any presidential candidate’s name into Google, and their official campaign website is likely one of the first things you’ll see. Those fancy, donation-grabbing flash pages certainly don’t build themselves. Campaigns spend tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars on web development, contracting to outside firms or hiring their own people to design and keep their online portals up to date. Former Gov. Mitt Romney, for example, spent nearly $600,000 on web development just in the third quarter alone.