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  • Tuesday, 15 October 2019

    Presidential Debate - 8:00 - Otterbein University, Westerville, OH.  Sponsor: CNN/NYTimes.  Same 10 candidates who participated in September: Biden, Warren, Sanders, Harris, Buttigieg, Yang, Castro, O’Rourke, Booker and Klobuchar.  Tom Steyer and Tulsi Gabbard will have guest spots.

  • Thursday, 12 September 2019

    Democratic Debate - 8:00 at Texas Southern University – hosted by ABC and Univision.
    10 candidates qualified by having 130,000 donors and reaching at least 2 percent in four qualifying polls. The 10 include: Biden, Sanders, Warren, Harris, NJ Sen. Cory Book, MN Sen. Amy Klobuchar, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, former Housing Sec Julian Castro, former TX Rep Beto O’Rourke and entrepreneur Andrew Yang

  • Wednesday, 11 September 2019

    North Carolina 9th Congressional District - Open seat held by Republicans since 1962, Trump won by 12 points. Dan McCready (Dem) has been running 2 ½ years and spent 4.7 million dollars. Dan Bishop (Rep) has spent 1.7 million dollars and has been visited by President Trump and VP Pence.

  • Tuesday, 06 August 2019

    To Date - House of Representatives – 11 Republicans and 3 Democrats who will not be running for re-election in 2020.

  • Thursday, 18 July 2019

    Senate Republican Primary to watch- Rep. Steve King (R,IA) – King was rebuked by the Repub Party for his racist comments. His Primary challenger, IA State Sen. Randy Feenstra has raised $400,000 in 2019 compared to King’s $153,000. This should be an interesting race to watch. (Open Secrets)

  • Thursday, 17 July 2019

    Competitive House Seats in 2020 - As many as 1 in 5 seats may be competitive. Dems: on defense in dozens of districts captured in 2018, including 31 districts President Trump won in 2016. Republicans will defend seats that Dems narrowly lost in 2018. Republicans need to worry about suburban voters who have revolted against Trump and new residents that are changing the makeup of many areas. In 2018, 89 races were decided by 10% or less. (the Hill)

  • Sunday, 02 June 2019

    First Democratic Presidential Debate - June 26 and 27 in Miami, sponsored by NBC, MSNBC, and Telemundo. A maximum of 10 candidates each night. Criteria: 1% in 3 polls and 65,00 unique donors, with 200 unique donors from 20 states. The potential qualifiers include: Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Beto O’Rourke, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, Pete Buttigieg, Julian Castro, Kirsten Gillibrand, Jay Inslee, John Hickenlooper, Andrew Yang, John Delaney, Tulsi Gabbard, Steve Bullock, Tim Ryan, Eric Swalwell, Bill de Blasio, Marianne Williamson.


  • Monday, 20 May 2019

    116th Congress: - 200 R; 235 D
    Currently Solid: - 171 R; 195 D
    Competitive: - 29 R; 40 D
    Needed for a majority: - 218 Seats
    Source: Inside Elections with Nathan Gonzales

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  • 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.
    Campaigns are about people. About connection. About making yourself known to potential voters and inspiring them to check yes next to your name.  Read More...

  • 4 Election-Winning Postcard Campaigns You Can Copy
    By This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

    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...
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    By Tony K,

    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...
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  • How to Brand your Campaign on Day 1

    By This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.Macias 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

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    How to Beat the Pro-Trump Candidate
    By This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    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


  • How to Choose Design Colors for a Political Lawn Sign
    by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Political Lawn Signs

    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


  • 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,


  • 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.


  • Why Direct Mail About Politics Still Influences

    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)


  • Winning Political Elections with Postcards
    3 Simple Steps to Success and a New Job (or another stint in your current one!)
    By This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    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

  • Myth Information: Why Newspapers are more important than ever
    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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    By Joe Curran

    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
  • 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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