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  • Sunday, 29 May 2016

    FL news - Nine Florida House members and one senator are retiring this year, driven in part by a dramatic redistricting plan, term limits on chairmanships and, in the case of Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, a bid for the White House. That’s a third of the state’s delegation, the highest turnover rate among large states in 2016. (Roll Call). 
    This could affect the voting in November. FL is a pivotal presidential state.

     

  • Monday, 23 May 2016

    Presidential Ratings – 270 electoral votes to win
    Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report – Dems – Projected 332 votes; Repubs – 191votes. 
    State ratings: Pure Toss-up (15); Tilt Dem (83); Lean Dem (32); Dem Favored (38); Safe Dem (179);
    Repubs Favored (48); Safe Repubs (143); 
    Pure Toss-up State: NC; Toss Up/Tilt Democratic States: CO, FL, NH, OH, WI, VA.

  • Wednesday, 09 March 2016

    3/8/2016 - New SuperPac – "The Committee to Draft Paul Ryan" was launched this week by former Ambassador Earle Mack. He plans to spend as much as $1 million to convince Speaker Ryan to run for the Republican presidential nomination (NY Times)

  • Wednesday, 24 February 2016

    Delegate Count  (2/24/2016)

    Republicans: –  Trump – 81; Cruz – 1 7; Rubio – 17: Still available:– 2341 delegates
    Democrats: – Clinton – 502 (451 are Superdelegates); Sanders – 70 (19 are Superdelegates) Still available: 4193 delegates.

    Source:Bloomberg Politics

  • Thursday, 28 January 2016

    1/28/2016- By the Numbers - Trump and Cruz by March - an analysis by Dick Morris in "The Hill".  A Republican presidential candidate needs 1237 delegates to win in July.  Almost 700 delegates will be chosen on March 1, 363 (or 52%) will be in states that require a 15 or 20% threshold to share in the proportional allocation. Of the 356 delegates chosen March 5,6,8,12, 250 (60%) will need the 15 or 20% threshold.  By March 15th, 578 delegates (47% of those needed for the nomination) will have been selected by threshold states.  Before March 15th, 478 delegates will be selected from non-threshold states.  On March 15th, a third candidate might win some of the big winner-take-all states (Florida with 99 delegates, Ohio with 66 delegates) but will they have banked enough of the threshold states to make a difference. Only 2 candidates will reach the 15 or 20% threshold in most states

     

  • Monday, 11 January 2016

    OH - Open CD 8 – the Boehner Seat.  Special election March 8th . Safe Republican.  At least 15 candidates running including: St. Rep Matthew Ashworth (R), St. Rep. Tim Derickson (R), St. Sen. Bill Beagle (R), Donald Feeere (R), Eric Haemmerle (R), Scott George (R), Warren Davidson (R), Jim Spurling (R), Kevin White (R), George Wooley (R), J.D. WInteregg (R).

  • Thursday, 07 January 2016

    GA - Open Seat – Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (CD 3, R) is not seeking re-election.  He has served the suburban Atlanta to suburba Columbus district since 2007.  This is a safe Republican seat but the Primary contest will be hard fought.

  • Wednesday, 06 January 2016

    NY - NY Rep. Steve Israel (D) is not seeking re-election this year.   A 15-year veteran this will be a heavily contested Democratic safe seat.

     

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  • Moving Your Political Communications into the Digital Era

    by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Campaign Grid

    In the political world where we grew up, candidates reached their voters through door-knocking, robo-calls, TV advertisements and direct mail pieces. But the world where these methods alone are effective has gone the way of ...
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    You call it “campaigning.” I call it “marketing.” Either way, we’re talking about the same thing: getting the word out and generating real-life results. In your case, those results are votes, and you don’t have the luxury of a long-term

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  • Myth Information: Why Newspapers are more important than ever in the 2014 Elections
     John Kimball  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     If you think in this age of “new media” that newspapers are not important to winning elections … think again. Today, no medium hashas a higher correlation with voters than newspapers. In fact, newspapers provide much of the “news” content on the internet
     
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  • The key to victory: Dogs
    By Joe Curran  www.filpac.com

    Think we're kidding?  A couple of years ago we decided to predict the election results by surveying the dogs that we noticed sniffing under the tables at our customers' campaign headquarters.  (Well, OK. We soon discovered the dogs couldn't
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    by Doug Kaplan, Gravis Marketing

    Tip #1 – Create a Marketing Plan of Potential Targets

    There are several different types of telemarketing agencies across the globe. From direct sales associates that use robocalls or overseas agents,

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  • How to Choose Design Colors for a Political Lawn Sign
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    Henry Ford said you can have any color Model T as long as it is black.  Awhile back a survey by the University of Florida claimed that a yellow background with black lettering was the best color combination for a sign

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