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Political Campaign Organizational Structure Guide

Running for political office can be an exciting endeavor. It can also be very challenging. As the candidate, it is your vision, background and values for which people will be voting. Winning an election takes a clear vision and a detailed plan to get your message out. This can be difficult to do if you […]

How to Run for Local Office

One of the best ways you can get involved in changing your local community for the better is to run for local office. The ability of nearly anyone to run for political office is one of the greatest characteristics of the American government. Running for, and winning, a local office position can be one of […]

Election Canvassing Tips & Tricks

If you want to win a political election, you’ve got to get your message out to voters. Today, there are many high-tech ways of doing so. Even so, going door-to-door and meeting people in person is still one of the most effective ways to communicate your campaign’s message.

How to Be a Good Campaign Manager

The campaign manager plays an essential role in any political campaign. The campaign manager is in charge of many different aspects of the campaign, which can be a bit overwhelming. Whether this is your first time working as a campaign manager or you’re looking for ways to improve, here are some tips on how to […]

How to Run for Office: The Ultimate Guide

Whether you’ve wanted to run for office all of your life or it is a new dream, the process is extremely exciting and likely overwhelming. It can be hard to take the step from dreaming to doing when it comes to your campaign, but it may not be as difficult as you expect. To help, […]

It’s an honor just to be nominated: Our work at the Reed Awards 2018

There’s always excitement around the Reed Awards every year – old friends to connect with, new faces to see, who will take home the gold in their category, and what trade secrets we can bring back to our staff. This year, I’m thrilled to report that Aristotle reached the finals for two awards: Best International […]

Surviving the Advocacy Conference: How Not to Become Overwhelmed by So Many Great Ideas

Surviving the Advocacy Conference How Not to Become Overwhelmed by So Many Great Ideas

                            I admit it, I didn’t attend the Advocacy Conference (then the Grassroots Conference) until 2012. At the time, the conference was always around the time of my employer’s annual fly-in and the calendar never lined up. When AIA moved their fly-in […]

“Who Are You? Who Who… Who Who… ‘Cause I Really Want to Know.”

Who Are You? Who Who … Who Who… ‘Cause I Really Want Know.

If you’re like me, this classic song by The Who just popped into your head and, thanks to a Pavlovian response, you suddenly want to binge-watch CSI reruns. Professionally, it’s an age-old question; one that PAC and Grassroots Managers constantly ask themselves. However, the answer they come up with may be based off a set […]

Prior Authorization Exemption Pending

In case you haven’t heard, the U.S. House of Representatives is considering implementing an appropriations rider that will help a great number of trade association PACs increase their receipts, eliminating one of the more tedious aspects of campaign finance law. If passed and signed into law, the legislation will declare the requirement for trade association […]

A 204 Million Person Voter File Just Got Even More Precise with Modeling Capabilities

Aristotle — ancient Greek philosopher and scientist — was a progressive leader in newly discovered sciences; his writings covered physics, biology, zoology, logic, ethics, rhetoric and countless other topics. Often celebrated for his work in philosophy, Aristotle also contributed remarkable research to today’s scientific world.

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