Over at The Hill, Jennifer Martinez reports on new numbers from Pew that find when it comes to donating to campaigns, sending a quick-and-easy text still has a ways to go:

Although the Federal Election Commission this summer allowed campaigns to accept donations sent via text message, Pew found that 67 percent of Americans still opted to give money to the presidential campaigns by sending checks in the mail or donating in person or through other offline methods. That being said, of the 13 percent of Americans who have donated to Obama or Romney this election cycle, half of them gave money online or via email.

Interestingly, Pew also reports donations by text for charities has been successful for years.