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Tuesday, 23 July 2024 (b)
Tuesday, 23 July 2024 (b)
President Biden withdraws his candidacy for re-election 107 days from the presidential election.  He endorses Vice President Kamala Harris to succeed him as the Democratic Presidential candidate.  The DNC will be held from 8/19 to 8/22 and VP Harris is slated to secure the nomination.
Tuesday, 23 July 2024
Tuesday, 23 July 2024
Former President Donald Trump was the target of an assassination attempt at a Pennsylvania rally.  A former fire chief attending the rally with family was killed, as was the gunman.  Thomas Matthew Crooks bought 50 rounds of 5.56 mm ammunition for his AK-15-style rifle and drove to Butler Farm where the rally was held.  The roof where Crooks lay was an estimated 147 yards (135 meters) from where Trump was speaking.
Monday, 3 June 2024
Monday, 3 June 2024
Battleground states. A strange phenomena has dominated the battleground states of Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Donald Trump leads across the board, while GOP candidates for the U.S. Senate trail by considerable margins. In Arizona, Trump is ahead by several points, but Kari Lake trails by near double-digits. In Nevada, Biden trails by a 7.6 points, but Democrat Jacky Rosen leads Republican Sam Brown by four. In Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, too, similar gaps emerge. (From the Liberal Patriot)
Saturday, 1 June, 2024
Saturday, 1 June, 2024
Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia is registering as an independent ahead of a deadline for filing. Speculation is high on whether he will run for his Senate seat or for his old job as governor. (Politico)
Tuesday, 26 March, 2024
Tuesday, 26 March, 2024
Independent Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has picked Nicole Shanahan, a tech entrepreneur from Oakland CA, as his Vice-Presidential choice. Shanahan has never run for office and is a major financial contributor to the Kennedy campaign.
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#1
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#1
2024 Super Tuesday results:
With 1215 delegates needed to win the nomination: 
Donald Trump(R) has 995 delegates
Nikki Haley (dropped our 3/6/24) has 89 delegates
Ron DeSantis (dropped out 1/21/2024) has 9 delegates
Vivek Ramaswamy (dropped out 1/15/2024) has 3 delegates
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#2
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#2
2024 Super Tuesday results:
NC Governor’s race, Repub Mark Robinson will face Dem. State Atty Josh stein.
CA, Dem. Rep Adam Schiff, will face former baseball star Steve Garvey.
TX, Repub. Sen. Ted Cruz will face Dem. Hse Colin Allred.
MN, 19 % of Dems cast ballots for “uncommitted” to protest Bien’s Israel policy, larger that the MI vote last week.
Wednesday, February 14 2024
Wednesday, February 14 2024
Special election in Nassau County, NY. Democrat Tom Suozzi won back his former seat in NY 3rd CD, defeating Republican Mazi Melesa Pilip. Suozzi (D) with 53.9% and Pilip ® with 46.1%. This was the seat held by ousted Rep. George Santos. It narrows the Republican edge in the US House to 5 votes.
Thursday, 16 January 2024
Thursday, 16 January 2024
The 6 Battleground states that will determine the 2024 Presidential election. They are: PA, WI, MI, NC, AZ, GA. These states have moved back and forth from one party to the other. Each state has a designated number of electoral votes, based upon population. In 2020 – Republicans had a solid 219 electoral votes. Democrats had a solid 232 votes. The winning candidate needs a majority of the electoral college votes. There are a total of 538 electoral votes so, if the pundits are correct, the 6 swing states, representing 87 votes, will decide the 2024 Presidential election. (The Hill).
Friday, 15 December 2023 #2
Friday, 15 December 2023 #2
Special election on Feb. 13th to replace ousted Republican Congressman George Santos. (NY, 3rd CD). Republicans have named Mazi Melesa Pilip, an Ethiopian-born Israeli-American currently serving as a Nassau County Legislator. Her Democratic opponent is former Rep. Tom Suozzi. (Note: Republicans have a very slim majority in the House of Representatives, making this a key election.)
Friday, 15 December 2023 #1
Friday, 15 December 2023 #1
House and Senate Retirements. As of Dec. 14 2023, 40 members of Congress—seven members of the U.S. Senate and 33 members of the U.S. House—announced they would not seek re-election in 2024.
Of the U.S. Senate members not running for re-election, six—U.S. Sens. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.), Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Tom Carper (D-Del.), Mitt Romney (R-Utah), Laphonza Butler (D-Calif.), and Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.)—announced their retirements from public office, while the other—U.S. Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.)—is running for governor of Indiana. (from Ballotpedia).
Monday, 13 November 2023
Monday, 13 November 2023
South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott has suspended his presidential campaigns. The news came as a surprise, even to his own staff.

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How to Brand your Campaign on Day 1 - NEW
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If you’re running for office in a larger media market, it will be much more difficult to get your name in the news.  The competition for news stories is competitive and if you don’t have a strong editorial angle
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How to Beat the Trump Candidate
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How to Beat the Pro-Trump Candidate
By Mark Macias
Macias PR
You can always spot the pro-Trump candidate from a precinct away. He or she is typically the politician who wants to throw fireballs at the local rally held at the gas station. These
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Why The Best Data In The World Won’t Win You An Election
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By Justin Gargiulo, Founder of VoterTrove
To extract the most value, campaigns will have to move beyond the idea of data as a solution.
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Why Direct Mail About Politics Still Influences Millennials
Why Direct Mail About Politics Still Influences Millennials
By Elena Neely
Let’s say you’re a candidate for elective office, whether local, state or federal, during this political cycle. Suppose, further, that in your quest for public service, you plan to target the much-coveted demographic of 18-to-34-year-olds known as Millennials. (added 9/13/2016)
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Winning Political Elections with Postcards
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Myth Information: Why Newspapers are more important than ever in the 2014 Elections
Myth Information: Why Newspapers are more important than ever in the 2014 Elections
 John Kimball  john@johnkimballgroup.com

 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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Hot Political News

Tuesday, 23 July 2024 (b)
Tuesday, 23 July 2024 (b)
President Biden withdraws his candidacy for re-election 107 days from the presidential election.  He endorses Vice President Kamala Harris to succeed him as the Democratic Presidential candidate.  The DNC will be held from 8/19 to 8/22 and VP Harris is slated to secure the nomination.
Tuesday, 23 July 2024
Tuesday, 23 July 2024
Former President Donald Trump was the target of an assassination attempt at a Pennsylvania rally.  A former fire chief attending the rally with family was killed, as was the gunman.  Thomas Matthew Crooks bought 50 rounds of 5.56 mm ammunition for his AK-15-style rifle and drove to Butler Farm where the rally was held.  The roof where Crooks lay was an estimated 147 yards (135 meters) from where Trump was speaking.
Monday, 3 June 2024
Monday, 3 June 2024
Battleground states. A strange phenomena has dominated the battleground states of Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Donald Trump leads across the board, while GOP candidates for the U.S. Senate trail by considerable margins. In Arizona, Trump is ahead by several points, but Kari Lake trails by near double-digits. In Nevada, Biden trails by a 7.6 points, but Democrat Jacky Rosen leads Republican Sam Brown by four. In Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, too, similar gaps emerge. (From the Liberal Patriot)
Saturday, 1 June, 2024
Saturday, 1 June, 2024
Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia is registering as an independent ahead of a deadline for filing. Speculation is high on whether he will run for his Senate seat or for his old job as governor. (Politico)
Tuesday, 26 March, 2024
Tuesday, 26 March, 2024
Independent Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has picked Nicole Shanahan, a tech entrepreneur from Oakland CA, as his Vice-Presidential choice. Shanahan has never run for office and is a major financial contributor to the Kennedy campaign.
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#1
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#1
2024 Super Tuesday results:
With 1215 delegates needed to win the nomination: 
Donald Trump(R) has 995 delegates
Nikki Haley (dropped our 3/6/24) has 89 delegates
Ron DeSantis (dropped out 1/21/2024) has 9 delegates
Vivek Ramaswamy (dropped out 1/15/2024) has 3 delegates
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#2
Wednesday, 6 March 2024#2
2024 Super Tuesday results:
NC Governor’s race, Repub Mark Robinson will face Dem. State Atty Josh stein.
CA, Dem. Rep Adam Schiff, will face former baseball star Steve Garvey.
TX, Repub. Sen. Ted Cruz will face Dem. Hse Colin Allred.
MN, 19 % of Dems cast ballots for “uncommitted” to protest Bien’s Israel policy, larger that the MI vote last week.
Wednesday, February 14 2024
Wednesday, February 14 2024
Special election in Nassau County, NY. Democrat Tom Suozzi won back his former seat in NY 3rd CD, defeating Republican Mazi Melesa Pilip. Suozzi (D) with 53.9% and Pilip ® with 46.1%. This was the seat held by ousted Rep. George Santos. It narrows the Republican edge in the US House to 5 votes.
Thursday, 16 January 2024
Thursday, 16 January 2024
The 6 Battleground states that will determine the 2024 Presidential election. They are: PA, WI, MI, NC, AZ, GA. These states have moved back and forth from one party to the other. Each state has a designated number of electoral votes, based upon population. In 2020 – Republicans had a solid 219 electoral votes. Democrats had a solid 232 votes. The winning candidate needs a majority of the electoral college votes. There are a total of 538 electoral votes so, if the pundits are correct, the 6 swing states, representing 87 votes, will decide the 2024 Presidential election. (The Hill).
Friday, 15 December 2023 #2
Friday, 15 December 2023 #2
Special election on Feb. 13th to replace ousted Republican Congressman George Santos. (NY, 3rd CD). Republicans have named Mazi Melesa Pilip, an Ethiopian-born Israeli-American currently serving as a Nassau County Legislator. Her Democratic opponent is former Rep. Tom Suozzi. (Note: Republicans have a very slim majority in the House of Representatives, making this a key election.)
Friday, 15 December 2023 #1
Friday, 15 December 2023 #1
House and Senate Retirements. As of Dec. 14 2023, 40 members of Congress—seven members of the U.S. Senate and 33 members of the U.S. House—announced they would not seek re-election in 2024.
Of the U.S. Senate members not running for re-election, six—U.S. Sens. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.), Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Tom Carper (D-Del.), Mitt Romney (R-Utah), Laphonza Butler (D-Calif.), and Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.)—announced their retirements from public office, while the other—U.S. Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.)—is running for governor of Indiana. (from Ballotpedia).
Monday, 13 November 2023
Monday, 13 November 2023
South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott has suspended his presidential campaigns. The news came as a surprise, even to his own staff.

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7 ways to talk to voters (when you can’t talk to voters)
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Crag Turner, The Campaign Coach

With the exceptions of the Amazons in the world, over the past year almost every brand that exists has had to develop new ways to communicate with their customers in order to stay in business. Without the normal kinds of in-person experiences,

Read More

The Single Political Marketing Campaign You Need Win Your Election
The Single Political Marketing Campaign You Need Win Your Election
by Jessica Lalau; PostCardMania

Whether you’re a first-time candidate or looking to unseat an incumbent, to generate the winning number of votes, you need to reach your constituents with your message consistently.
And how do you do that without draining your marketing budget?
Read More...

A campaign’s GOTV guide for getting the youth to vote
A campaign’s GOTV guide for getting the youth to vote
By:  Lakshmi Narayanan
The older generation always outperforms the younger generation at the polls. In the 2016 U.S. elections, the elders contributed to 49% of the votes, while being only 43% of the population...
Read More...

How to Build Credibility & Win Your Election in a Fake News Universe
How to Build Credibility & Win Your Election in a Fake News Universe
By Jessica Lalua

It's true — the Internet has changed just about every facet of daily American life. That includes politics and our elections. (For better or worse.)
But here's the good news:
Not all of the fundamentals have changed.
Politics remains first and foremost local.  Read More...

4 Election-Winning Postcard Campaigns You Can Copy
4 Election-Winning Postcard Campaigns You Can Copy
By Joy Gendusa 
Campaign season is ramping up, and that means it’s high time I explored some of the political successes PostcardMania has experienced. There are a lot of political marketing strategies out there that can help you win, but this article will focus on using direct mail to get your message out.  Read More...

4 Cutting-Edge Ways To Conduct Political Polls And Surveys
4 Cutting-Edge Ways To Conduct Political Polls And Surveys
By Tony K, CallHub.io

If the 2016 presidential election polling taught us all anything, it was the need for precise polling and survey methods. Poll after poll concluded that Donald J. Trump had no pathway to victory...
Read More

How to Brand your Campaign on Day 1 - NEW
How to Brand your Campaign on Day 1 - NEW
By Mark MaciasMacias PR

If you’re running for office in a larger media market, it will be much more difficult to get your name in the news.  The competition for news stories is competitive and if you don’t have a strong editorial angle
READ MORE...

How to Beat the Trump Candidate
How to Beat the Trump Candidate
How to Beat the Pro-Trump Candidate
By Mark Macias
Macias PR
You can always spot the pro-Trump candidate from a precinct away. He or she is typically the politician who wants to throw fireballs at the local rally held at the gas station. These
READ MORE


Why The Best Data In The World Won’t Win You An Election
Why The Best Data In The World Won’t Win You An Election
By Justin Gargiulo, Founder of VoterTrove
To extract the most value, campaigns will have to move beyond the idea of data as a solution.
Nowadays we talk about data as a solution to the problem of winning elections. It isn’t. Data is an object, not a technology, and objects by themselves do not solve complex problems. Technology does.
Read More...

Why Direct Mail About Politics Still Influences Millennials
Why Direct Mail About Politics Still Influences Millennials
By Elena Neely
Let’s say you’re a candidate for elective office, whether local, state or federal, during this political cycle. Suppose, further, that in your quest for public service, you plan to target the much-coveted demographic of 18-to-34-year-olds known as Millennials. (added 9/13/2016)
Read More...

Winning Political Elections with Postcards
Winning Political Elections with Postcards
3 Simple Steps to Success and a New Job (or another stint in your current one!)
By Joy Gendusa
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

Read More...

Myth Information: Why Newspapers are more important than ever in the 2014 Elections
Myth Information: Why Newspapers are more important than ever in the 2014 Elections
 John Kimball  john@johnkimballgroup.com

 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
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
Read More...


Tips for Hiring an Effective Political Campaign Telemarketing Company
Tips for Hiring an Effective Political Campaign Telemarketing Company
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,
Read More...

How to Choose Design Colors for a Political Lawn Sign
How to Choose Design Colors for a Political Lawn Sign
by Sheila Maas, Political Lawn Signs

Henry Ford said you can have any color Model T as long as it is black. 
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Read More...

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