Why I can't stand yard signs

  • Dec 04, 2014

In the weeks leading up to Election Day many local newspapers report on the colorful yard signs that dot their locale’s lawns, boulevards, and shop windows. Inevitably these pieces will include the...

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In 2014, Democrats found out victory has many colors

  • Dec 01, 2014

Democrats need candidates and consultants who know how to navigate the racially charged minefield that is the United States political landscape. If they demonstrate this cultural competence, they can...

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The power of mobile for civic engagement

  • Dec 01, 2014

The accelerating penetration of mobile devices across demographics is a huge opportunity for civic engagement, as advocates now can use their phones to take social action to support a candidate or policy...

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Meet the new super donors

  • Nov 24, 2014

Larry O’Brien had a formal response drawn up for when the fundraisers came calling. First, it was a fax, then it was an email, but it always said the same thing: No.  See, O’Brien is a major donor that...

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The year the GOP stepped up its digital game

  • Nov 24, 2014

he 2014 midterm elections will go down in history as a cycle where Republicans ran almost flawless campaigns. The Democrats were defending several Senate seats in traditionally red states and President...

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