With less than two weeks left until the election to the EU Parliament, Burson-Marsteller (where I work) launched TweetElect09.eu, a website that tracks and analyses discussions about the upcoming European Elections on Twitter in 14 languages.
Tweets are filtered by country, political party and by number of times different candidates are mentioned. News will also be streamed on election night by for example France24, alongside the Twitter stream.
TweetElect09 has already analyzed more than 11,000 tweets referring to the election and France is the most active country followed by Sweden in second place and Germany in third. Anyone can join the discussion and have tweets appear on TweetElect09 by using the #eu09 hashtag when tweeting. The site also tracks tweets with the tag #euval which is frequently used in Sweden.