Liz Mair and the digital dilemma facing consultants

  • Mar 18, 2015

Consultants, particularly digital experts, need to be active on social media. If they’re not using it aggressively, they’re mocked. Stuart Stevens was routinely criticized for not tweeting during the...

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6 tips for running a top-notch constituent service office

  • Mar 18, 2015

It may be considered an off-year for most political observers, but in reality 2015 is a huge year for local elections across the country. Some 24 states are holding municipal elections this November and...

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How San Francisco Republicans went extinct

  • Mar 16, 2015

The last Republican holding office in San Francisco, until recently, was James Fang, a 24-year incumbent of the powerful board that oversees the Bay Area’s regional public transit system. Fang was part...

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From the Publisher: A Digital-First Approach

  • Mar 16, 2015

Over the past two campaign cycles, Campaigns & Elections has chronicled a drastic shift in political campaigning. Campaigns have felt the transformative effect of technology, augmenting tried and tested...

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The 5 Traits of Winning Grassroots campaigns

  • Feb 25, 2015

Not sure if your grassroots program is actually worth the money and time? Then you might not be approaching your effort the right way. Winning campaigns boil their approach down to five key practices:...

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