political campaigns

Campaigns Use Tracking Tools to Get Voters to Polls

Jacqueline Klimas, Washington Times

Political campaigns have become so good at tracking that they can tell whether you’ve turned out to vote — and can stop sending you ads or emails on Election Day once they know they’ve gotten you.

“Chicago” Republicans

Michael Giere, Virginia Free Citizen

The Republican Party has become essentially irrelevant. It now exists to ensure the consultants are well paid; but unlike its Dem. opposition, the Repubs. haven't learned how to use the media, social platforms, protests, micro-targeting and organization to back up candidates. 

How R's Are Catching Up with D's on Data

David M Drucker, Washington Examiner

Republican campaigns and political groups will for the first time have access to a data clearinghouse that marries voters’ traditional contact information and history with their digital online profiles and Internet viewing habits.

GOP Must Re-Learn Campaign Techniques

Jonathon Moseley, American Thinker

Republican insiders don’t actually know how to run successful political campaigns.  But conservatives don’t know how to run campaigns effectively, either.