How to Get the Most Out of Your Expanded P2P Program

This article first appeared in Campaigns and Elections By Justin Gargiulo Let’s start with the obvious: COVID-19 has lightened the tool belt for campaigns. In-person events, canvassing, phone banking from headquarters are all done for now. Going forward, it’s clear … Read More

The COVID-19 Campaign

Let me start by saying that predicting how campaigns will be run in three or six months is like predicting who will be President in 50 years. We can and should all contribute to this discussion, but obviously, none of … Read More

Down-Ballot Hacking: ‘Everybody’s a Potential Target’

By now you’ve heard about suspected Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election. But, according to the newly-formed Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), President Trump and the DNC aren’t the only ones who need to be worried about hackers. From While … Read More

No Matter What Happens in 2020, Digital Marketers Will Be the Winners

Despite a myriad of policy defeats, deep divisions within his own party, and a seemingly interminable DOJ investigation into the 2016 election that continues to make headlines, at least one Democrat thinks President Trump is actually winning his 2020 re-election battle … Read More

A Playbook for the Midterm’s Insurgent Candidates

When Congressman Ted Poe (TX-2) added his name to an unprecedented list of Republican members not seeking re-election in 2018, he left behind a power vacuum in his Houston district that nine candidates quickly sought to fill. Conventional wisdom said … Read More


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