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An Unsolicited 2012 Electoral Strategy

This mock 2012 Electoral Strategy Memo is unsolicited advice for anyone who wants to run for Federal office — except for maybe a Tea Partier […]

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An Emerald City Negotiates the Debt Ceiling

Taking the Acela down to Washington, D.C., is a telling experience. All along the way, you see the state of America’s eastern seaboard as it […]

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Election Advertising on Overdrive

We hear it every year: “This election year will be like like no other.” Often times it is just hyperbole, but this year, it’s not. […]

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Stumbling Over Weiner

The intersection of politics and the digital space has once again gained the spotlight as the Anthony Weiner saga winds its way through the news […]

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Obama Can't Be… Obama?

President Obama has kicked off his reelection campaign, and with it came one of his first real political messages: “I can’t be Obama in ’08, but you have to be.”

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Scott “Glass Jaw” Brown

US Senator Scott Brown sure seems fragile as of late.It comes out that he rarely takes questions from the press. Instead, he only issues prepared […]

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No Such Thing as a Free “Launch” Anymore

It used to be that when a candidate announced they were running for an office like the US Senate or Governor they’d get their day […]

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Herman Cain Wins. Mitt Romney Loses?

Last Thursday, at the end of the first Republican Presidential Primary Debate, FOX News aired an immediate post-debate focus groups — the kind with realtime […]

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Early Campaigns Return Big Rewards

If you’re a Democrat and want to run for the US Senate against Scott Brown, what are you waiting for?