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Funding towards K-12 Education in Arizona

In Arizona, funds are flooding towards a multi-billion-dollar land trust account to boost funding for K-12 schools. Senator Ducey’s proposal would funnel, ” about $1.8 billion in new cash into the state’s schools over five years and smaller amounts in the following five years.”

Voter Data on Washington State

As the gubernatorial elections are approaching, Washington is on the look out for the next Republican candidate. To find out voter preferences in the state of Washington upon the gubernatorial election, we have an answer for you!

Kentucky Voter File Updated Voter Data

Check out the latest voter file for Kentucky on Aristotle’s VoterListsOnline.com! Seasons are changing and so are voter demographics, theres not better time to take a look at Kentucky’s voter file. Visit VoterListsOnline.com to access our most recent update, Kentucky, and any of the other 49 states.

Why Female Voters may be Key for the 2016 Presidency

Roughly 52 percent of the American electorate is comprised of women, according to a recent U.S. Census Bureau report. Single women, in particular, are experiencing a boost in growth as their share of the vote in the 2016 elections is poised to eclipse that of both married men and women. This progress may signal that more […]

Finding the Balance between Negative and Positive Messaging

How do you recruit and motivate advocates when the audience has a negative view towards the person, or entity, that they are going to be advocating for or contributing to?

Let’s use Congress as an example. According to a recent Real Clear Politics average, congressional approval is slightly below 17 percent.

Secrets to Keeping the State Elections Board Happy

Filing campaign statements with the State Elections Board (SEB) or any government agency can be a nerve racking and mentally exhausting experience. Having to itemize nearly every transaction, complete complicated forms and follow obscure rules make reporting a challenging job.

Secrets to Keeping the Federal Election Commission Happy

Filing campaign statements with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) or any government agency can be a nerve racking and mentally exhausting experience. Having to itemize nearly every transaction, complete complicated forms and follow obscure rules make reporting a challenging job.

The frequency of reports, rapid turnaround required during election season and requirement for exact reporting makes campaign reporting scary for even the most seasoned professional accountant.

Political Campaign Fundraising

First, the obvious: running a successful campaign is EXPENSIVE. The legitimacy of a candidate is directly proportional to the size of his coffers. If you are the candidate, out of political necessity, fundraising is and should be your priority at the beginning, middle and end of your campaign. And at every stage in between. However, […]

How to Run a Political Campaign

Running a political campaign is one of the most challenging and exhausting activities possible. Running a typical campaign will mean 12+ hour long work days for several months. On Election Day, either you win or you and your entire campaign team are fired. As you approach the final days of the campaign, this creates a […]

So You Want to Run for Office?

Is there a local issue that has you hopping mad? Think you can do a better job than the people who represent you? Don’t just sit there-help fix the problem by running for office. Whether you’re seeking a seat on the local school board or a term as U.S. President, running for office is a […]

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