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Wyoming Update: Breaking Down High Propensity Voters for 2015

Our Wyoming voter file update is now available and online at! Here is a sample of some of the numbers that you need to know about Wyoming’s electorate for 2015: Spotlighting Miami-Dade’s Mayoral Race

With the recent updating of our Florida voter file, we would like to spotlight what is quickly becoming a very interesting race, the Miami-Dade mayoral. Raquel Regalado, the daughter of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and a current school board member, appears ready to enter the race which will be decided in 2016. If she does, […]

African-American Vote to Spur Gentry to Victory in Nashville?

Nashville’s mayoral race just received a boost of excitement with the entry of Howard Gentry–a well known name in the area. As the only black candidate in a field of seven, Gentry hopes to attract strong support from historically black north Nashville.

Bill Finch Faces Fierce Challenge in 2015 Bridgeport Mayoral Race

According to our data, Democratic victory is all but assured in the 2015 Bridgeport, Connecticut mayoral race. That doesn’t mean the race won’t be interesting though!

Will Voters With Children Turn Cedar Rapids’ School Board Elections?

Several elections in Iowa are prepped to take center stage in this so called ‘off-year’. Therefore, we thought it a good idea to focus your attention on Cedar Rapids to show you the strength of Aristotle’s data game.

Independent Voters Key to Oklahoma City’s Council Races in 2015

Oklahoma City’s Independent voters are sure to be key factors in deciding the results of important city council elections in wards 2, 5 and 6 this March. With just over a month to go until election day, there isn’t a second to waste in order to position your campaign where it needs to be with voters.

Social Conservative Voters to Impact Nebraska’s 2015 Elections?

In 2015 , Lincoln, Nebraska voters will go to the polls to elect a new mayor and several city council members. With just 4 months until the May 5th election date, your campaign needs to ask one important question, “Do I know my voters?”

Oregon Voters Facing Fourteen School Board Elections in 2015

Oregon voters are faced with 43 seats being up for election in fourteen of their school districts in 2015. According to Aristotle’s latest update of our Oregon voter file, approximately half of the states eligible voters are flagged as High Propensity Off-year voters.

How family size will influence Montana’s 2015 school board elections

In 2015, the future of the Billings, Montana school district looks set to be decided. Family size could be a determining factor in elections as off-year High Propensity voters with children are characteristics that can be used to target voters. And with voters not registering for a party, Montana proposes a different kind of challenge for campaigns to suss out inferred party lines.

Rural Power to Reshape Rapidly Urbanizing North Carolina?

Rural power is on the rise in North Carolina according to The Charlotte Observer article “Rural Interests Rise with NC’s Republican Power” frames the prospects of the state in 2015.

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