Massachusetts School Board Elections Include Nine Districts, Fifty One Seats in 2015

This year is shaping up to be very busy at the municipal level of Massachusetts politics. The city of Boston will hold elections for all 13 city council seats on November 3, 2015 with the primary being held on September 22.

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Possible Immigration Stance to Put Off Future Business Investment in Georgia?

On April 20, the PeachPundit published a blog post covering the recent GA GOP congressional district conventions and the resolutions passed by many that deal with illegal immigration. The resolutions may make it difficult for legal immigrants as well as illegal immigrants to work and live in GA.

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Arizona’s School Finances Billed as Top Concern for Voters

School financing was listed as the number one item in the Arizona Capitol Times article “Top 10 things to watch in Arizona politics in 2015. “The Arizona Supreme Court already has ruled state lawmakers acted illegally beginning in 2010 when they ignored a 2000 voter-approved requirement to boost state aid to schools each year to account for inflation.

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Voter File Update for New Hampshire, Where Politics are the 'State Sport'

Some have called politics the ‘state sport’. Gallup calls it “one of the most politically schizophrenic states in the nation.

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Early Voting Around the Corner For Charleston, WV Mayoral Candidates

In Charleston, West Virginia voters are preparing to go to the polls to elect a mayor, with early voting starting May 1, 2015. Charleston voters will have the pick of three candidates: a Democrat former councilman, the Republican incumbent and an Independent.

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Take a Closer Look at Albuquerque’s 2015 City Council Races with VoterListsOnline.com

VoterListsOnline.com is an unparalleled political technology tool that provides up-to-date voter files on all 50 states. Five hundred plus enhancements allow for targeted fundraising, creation of time-saving walk lists, expert GOTV strategy and much more.

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It's Your Voter Data, Own It

The 2012 election solidified the need for collecting extensive and detailed amounts of voter data. Unfortunately, a question that is oftentimes not asked is who ultimately owns the data.

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Hotly Debated Right-to-Work Legislation Could Decide Kentucky's Governor Race

It appears that this year’s gubernatorial race in Kentucky could hinge on one hot topic: right-to-work legislation. The GOP candidate, James Comer, states that passing a statewide right-to-work law would be his first priority if elected.

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Maximize GOTV Efforts with Aristotle Consumer Database

VoterListsOnline.com – now offering more than voters.
Whether you are ready to take your GOTV campaign to the next level, expand your outreach efforts or need data for non-political projects, Aristotle’s consumer database at VoterListsOnline.com has the data you need.

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Analyze Wisconsin's Milwaukee County Better with the Help of VoterListsOnline.com

Did you know that Milwaukee county makes up twenty percent of all Wisconsin voters? Or that thirty-one point nine percent of the county’s voters are Inferred Republican or Inferred Democrat?

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