The data game continues to evolve. 2012 elections resounded with the term big data. 2014 will be no different, but you will be expected to use your data smarter.
At Aristotle we don’t rest on our laurels. We understand the political landscape is constantly changing and that is why we want you to get to know VoterListsOnline.com better. Our data team works around the clock to make sure the data we provide is more precise.
Just released is our latest Washington, DC file. More detail, more accurate and we think you’ll be interested.
Make your data do more for you this election cycle.
The IRS has proposed new regulations regarding 501(c)(4) organizations. These regulations are highly controversial for a number of reasons including the sheer legality of the proposition.
Aristotle’s Senior VP, Compliance Services and former FEC Chairman, David Mason, weighs in on the legalities of the proposal.
Read the statement that eight former FEC members, including David, filled here.
By: Ashley Carter
Manager, PAC Outsourcing
For an FEC filer, the start of an election year brings with it extra reporting deadlines. PACs filing ‘quarterly’ in a non-election year, actually only file two reports, but in an election year file a minimum of five. More than doubling the number of reports you have to file is bad enough, so why would anyone want to switch and file monthly, only to have to file twelve reports? Although monthly filing may seem like more work, in an election year, I typically recommend that quarterly filers do just that.
In an election year, quarterly filers making contributions to, or expenditures on behalf of candidates participating in a primary election, are required to report contributions made since their last report on a pre-primary report. If a PAC is making contributions to candidates in fifteen states, there is a potential to trigger filing for fifteen pre-primary reports. All of the sudden, that ‘quarterly’ filer is filing more reports than its counterpart filing monthly. That is if they remember to file.
Where are you looking in Arizona? What kind of voters do you need to get in touch with? Check out our updated voter file today on VoterListsOnline.com.
Big data was the buzz term of the 2012 elections. But 2014 will be the year of detailed and accurate data. Aristotle is constantly working to better our lists, providing our users with the very best data.
Make sure that this election season you are on the right side of data game.
Big data was the term of the 2012 elections. As we move into the 2014 election season, the trend is no longer just big data, but rather detailed and accurate data. Aristotle’s Data Team works around the clock to keep our files up-to-date. We just uploaded our Idaho files this week and we think you’ll be interested in the result.
Check it out today on VoterListsOnline.com.