There are exciting things happening in the realm of voter analytics. Today I am going to privy you to my conversation with Brittany Kraiser of Cambridge Analytics as we discuss what is possible with analytics now and how it can be a game changer in political campaigns.
If you are wondering what it would take to bring your political campaign for local office to the next level, this podcast is for you! Voter analytics like what is done by Cambridge Analytics is at the cutting edge of political campaigns. Find out how easy it is to incorporate this science into your local election. Continue reading →
John Tsarpalas: Eight weeks ago, in Commonwealthy #42, we did Get Out the Vote for a Political Campaign. And for the most part in the last eight weeks, we’ve focused on different portions of Get Out the Vote- what that means, how you do it, specific people you need to recruit as volunteers, train, etc.
Quite frankly, from the very beginning of Commonwealthy, we have started talking about volunteers and phone banks and phone systems and data systems. And it was all building for Get Out the Vote. And now that we are on Commonwealthy #51 today, we are changing the subject. Continue reading →
You made it through your political campaign for local office and the Election Day. Now what should you expect? Join me for today’s podcast as I walk you through what you need to know and be prepared to do for election night and the morning after the election. Continue reading →
John Tsarpalas: If you’ve been listening to this podcast every week, I’m trying to go in a chronological order of a campaign with a heavy emphasis on field operations, the ground game, voter ID-ing, and Get Out the Vote. Once we get through all of that, I am going to come back around and get into more strategies and mailings and printings and those tools. Continue reading →