Issue 1, 1980

Campaigns & Elections is the preeminent "how-to" journal of politics, focused on the tools, tactics and techniques of the political consulting profession.

In C&E's inaugural issue in the spring of 1980, Reed wrote: "In political campaigns and in business, it is management that makes the difference. Management of resources: money, media, people. That's what Campaigns & Elections is all about, and will be about: how to manage the hundreds of millions of dollars that are annually

Jul/Aug issue, 2011

 poured into political campaigns. C&E is and will continue to be a 'how-to' journal, bringing you the best in strategies and tactics--what works and what doesn't, where, why and under what circumstances."

Published bimonthly, C&E brings readers inside the world of campaign strategy and management with case studies and insights from the movers and shakers of the political consulting world. C&E also publishes The Political Pages--a comprehensive annual directory of political firms and professionals and the only one of its kind.

Editorial Advisory Board

Whit Ayres
Tracy Dietz
Ed Gillepsie
Benjamin Ginsberg
Donald Green
Mike Hennessy
Wayne Johnson
Kenneth Khachigian
Alex Lajoux
Mary Matalin
Terry McAuliffe
Dick Morris
Mark J. Penn
Kimberly Scott
Jeanne Shaheen
Richard Schlackman
James Thurber
Joe Trippi
Beryl Wolfe
David Yepsen
John Zogby