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Give candidates the ability to fight back

Give candidates the ability to fight back

by Brad Todd / Sep 25 2012

With contribution limits intact, what's a candidate to do?

On the Hill: Marci Harris

On the Hill: Marci Harris

by Dave Nyczepir / Sep 21 2012

Why the CEO of POPVOX thinks D.C. could benefit from a good dose of Silicon Valley

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Money in politics: Time to embrace it

Money in politics: Time to embrace it

by Art Hackney / Sep 19 2012

Citizens United has changed the industry permanently, and it's for the better.

The media buyer's pain is New Hampshire's gain

The media buyer's pain is New Hampshire's gain

by Sean J. Miller / Jan 30 2012

Thanks to WMUR, advertising in the Granite State can break the bank for candidates and issue groups. Could that change?

Movers & Shakers: Christopher Malagisi

Movers & Shakers: Christopher Malagisi

Jan 19 2012

Starting with a new-look straw poll, CPAC's director has some big changes in store for the annual gathering of conservative activists.

Shop Talk: Margin of Error

Shop Talk: Margin of Error

Jan 02 2012

Four researchers offer a candid look at the cellphone-only problem, rogue pollsters and the future of their industry.

Politics and the Art of the Performance

Politics and the Art of the Performance

by Gary Genard / Dec 28 2011

A challenge to political campaigns.

Ask the Campaign Doc: A third-party bid in 2012?

Ask the Campaign Doc: A third-party bid in 2012?

by Craig Varoga / Dec 23 2011

Don't bet on an independent bid for local office next year.

Like It or Not, You're Being Tracked

Like It or Not, You're Being Tracked

by Matt Laslo / Dec 20 2011

As Do Not Track pressure mounts, campaigns are taking notice.

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