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Updated Maryland Voter File on VoterListsOnline.com

With Senator Barbara Mikulski retiring, Maryland looks to elect a new U.S. senator in 2016. Who will that be?

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Rove and the Birth of National Microtargeting

When George W. Bush addressed the feverish swath of supporters on November 2, 2004, at the Ronald Reagan Building—just a stone’s throw from the White House—he had many people to thank for his successful re-election. Among them was Karl Rove, who Bush referred to as the “the architect.” While Bush was the man of the hour, Rove cemented his legacy as one of the most influential figures in U.S. politics for his tactical use of voter data.

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The Likelihood of an Unlikely Candidate

Donald Trump is still running hard in pursuit of the GOP nomination, and if you’re one to believe him and his advisers, that isn’t going to change anytime soon. Trump, depending on who you ask, is either the wily, straight-talking hardballer the GOP needs if it hopes to reclaim the White House or a soon-to-be […]

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Vermont: A Swing State?

Did you know, Vermont hasn’t always been the liberal state we all know today? In 2015, 33.4 percent of residents describe themselves as liberal–a number higher than any other state, however it has not always been this way. In 2010, Vermont former Senator, Jim Douglas was a republican.

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Mississippi Education Funding

nitiative 42, the amendment aimed to protect each child’s fundamental right to educational opportunity through the 12th grade in Mississippi, has been a hot topic this season. The initiative remains controversial as opposing sides narrow in on the further implications of the amendment.

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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.”

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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!

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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.

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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 […]

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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.

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