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Guarding against unauthorized transactions

Guarding against unauthorized transactions

by Emily Tadlock / Jul 29 2013

A simple approval process can save your campaign a major headache

The loneliness of the long shot

The loneliness of the long shot

by Nathan L. Gonzales / Jul 10 2013

One candidate's run for Congress in a race no one noticed

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How Margaret Thatcher advanced my career

How Margaret Thatcher advanced my career

by Rick Ridder / Jun 25 2013

The pro bono gig that kickstarted one pollster's international consulting career   

Mobile phones aren't our industry's greatest challenge

Mobile phones aren't our industry's greatest challenge

by Matthew Parker & Marty Stone / Feb 08 2013

The political phone industry will have to innovate to maximize the effectiveness of phones.

Why it's up to media firms to get more creative

Why it's up to media firms to get more creative

by Scott Howell & Ann Liston / Feb 04 2013

TV still rules the media world, but times are changing.

The First Amendment, lies and campaigns

The First Amendment, lies and campaigns

by Robert Spicer / Jan 29 2013

A little-known Supreme Court decision might just have an impact on the campaign world.

Ask the Campaign Doc: Yard signs to ease the mind

Ask the Campaign Doc: Yard signs to ease the mind

by Craig Varoga / Jan 14 2013

How campaign yard signs can help ease your candidate's anxiety

Do judicial elections really stink?

Do judicial elections really stink?

by James L. Gibson / Jan 07 2013

Why campaign activity isn't as damaging to judicial legitimacy as some may think

The digital display battle

The digital display battle

by Jonah Goodhart / Jan 02 2013

How display media helped President Obama win online

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