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There's an app for that

There's an app for that

by Glen Bolger & Trip Mullen / Jan 07 2014

Mobile-based app surveys hold great potential for polling

Money-Vote: Finding efficiency in a midterm year

Money-Vote: Finding efficiency in a midterm year

by Liz Chadderdon & Joe Lestingi / Jan 03 2014

Too many campaigns are playing old-school baseball

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Focus on engagement

Focus on engagement

by Elisa Henry / Dec 26 2013

Why volume isn't the true measure of telephone town hall success

Movers & Shakers: Matt Dover

Movers & Shakers: Matt Dover

by Shane D'Aprile / Oct 17 2013

Voter targeting will only get more precise ahead of 2016, and Matt Dover says the 2014 midterms will be the testing ground.

Bill Steiner: A true committeeman

Bill Steiner: A true committeeman

by Sean J. Miller / Oct 14 2013

Don't write off local radio

Don't write off local radio

by Oren Shur / Oct 07 2013

How localized radio spots helped win rural voters in Missouri and why campaigns shouldn't ignore them

The demise of polling has been greatly exaggerated

The demise of polling has been greatly exaggerated

by John Anzalone & Glen Bolger / Sep 30 2013

The polling industry will continue adapting to change.

Winning a labor battle deep in GOP territory

Winning a labor battle deep in GOP territory

by David Williams / Sep 17 2013

How unions won in Idaho and what it means for public employee union fights in other states 

Have gay marriage advocates found a winning formula?

Have gay marriage advocates found a winning formula?

by Geordy Boveroux & Jake Williams / Aug 29 2013

With more ballot battles looming, some strategists think gay marriage proponents have found a playbook that works.

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