South Dakota election season is ramping up, and with municipal and school board elections coming up in 2015, you need to know your audience. Fear not, Aristotle has your South Dakota voter data needs filled, giving you the information you want on the 479,000 plus voters.
With such a large part of the SLC population being unaffiliated with a major party, the need for campaigns to have the most accurate data available is high. Aristotle’s VoterListsOnline.com is available 24/7 to help you access up-to-date voter data and we recently updated our Utah file. Learn more today and see how we can help you to success in 2015.
Aristotle’s Maryland voter file has everything you need to know about voters post-midterm elections. With a spotlight on the city of Bowie in Prince Georges County – a stones throw from Washington, DC.
Our South Dakota voter file was recently updated with new data: 2014 General Vote History. The South Dakota file is available online at VoterListsOnline.com and ready to help you start 2015 the right way.
With 2015 starting tomorrow we thought we would let you know that we have recently updated our Alabama voter file so that you can get the new year started right! What you need to know about Alabama post-midterms: Alabama voters do not register by Party 31.45% of voters are Inferred Republicans and only 6.51% are Inferred […]
We recently updated our North Carolina voter file with 2014 General Vote history and we wanted to make sure that you knew about it! Aristotle makes ‘big data’ accessible and easy to use. Allowing you to reach and understand demographics and micro-targeting like never before. Give us a try and see what all the talk is about […]
We recently updated our Delaware voter file with 2014 General Vote history and we wanted to make sure that you knew about it! Aristotle makes ‘big data’ accessible and easy to use. Allowing you to reach and understand demographics and micro-targeting like never before. Our Delaware voter file is now available online at VoterListsOnline.com. Take a look […]
After 2014, you would think there might be some political respite in Louisiana. Lucky for you, 2015 will be just as exciting with races ranging from a gubernatorial tussle to several municipal battles. Declared candidates for the election include John Bel Edwards, Minority Leader of the Louisiana House of Representatives for the Democrats and Senator […]
Columbus’s longest serving mayor in history, Mayor Michael B. Coleman, has announced that he’s not running for re-election. This leaves the seat open, and the Democratic City Council Chairman has been making moves to run. On May 5th, 2015, the Ohio primary elections are due, so that is your cue to get the lowdown on […]
In Maine, 40.9% of voters reside in three counties: Cumberland, Lewiston and Bangor of which 10.9% of them have an interest in fishing. What doest that mean? Well, the Gulf of Maine Cod population is at an all time low and federal regulators will be meeting to consider new regulations next week. With such causes […]