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Who Are You? Who Who… Who Who… ‘Cause I Really Want 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 […]

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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 […]

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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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Machine Learning and Predictive Data Modeling Transforms Future of Political Targeting

Aristotle, the leading political intelligence provider in the U.S., and Matchbox.io, provider of machine learning, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence, announced today a partnership to offer to political campaigns what is anticipated to be the most granular analysis of potential voters.

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Let’s Talk About Data and Fundraising

Fundraising dollars come into existence when a donor decides that a candidate is worth their personal interest and financial investment. Convincing donors to commit to a campaign hinges on crafting personalized messages that leverage data that is individual, effective and accurate.

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What the 2016 Election Tells Us about Donors

Every off year we take time to evaluate the previous elections and its results. That said, some pretty amazing things happened during the 2016 election.

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Net Neutrality Campaign No Joke for Comedian John Oliver

Ok, I admit it. I am a fan of John Oliver. His comedic “news” seems to be well researched and comedic timing is on point. I also know many people who are not fans, who find him to be at best a gadfly who selectively uses misleading information. Regardless of your views on him, he has been able to mobilize large segments of the U.S. population to take action on issues around chicken farmers rights, and net neutrality (twice!).

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Review: Facebook’s New Town Hall Advocacy Tool

Mike Young, Aristotle’s SVP, Account Management: I’m sure you’ve heard about Facebook launching itself into advocacy with the release of their Town Hall tool. Given the role social media played in the last election and the days since, it’s no surprise that Facebook is dipping its toes in the advocacy pool.

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Aristotle Wins Three Pollie Awards

Aristotle is proud to announce that it has been awarded three prestigious Pollie Awards from the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC), the industry’s highest honor bestowed upon political consultants at the national and international level.

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Oregon Voter Data is Now Updated on VoterLists™

We have the latest Oregon voter data on their over 2.5 million voters, who will definitely be crucial to your cause no matter what your end goal is!

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