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Five Team Members Every Campaign Needs



One of the most important parts of any campaign organization is the campaign team those individuals that the candidates relies on to carry the campaign to victory. While all campaigns are different, and thus have different needs when it comes to campaign organization,  there are five positions that must be filled on any campaign, no matter how small.

Some campaigns may be small enough that one person can serve in two of the positions, but each job must be done and done right. Whether the job is filled by a paid staff member or a volunteer, each of the following job

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Winning Young Voters: Part I

Rock The Vote

The question of “how to talk to young voters” is not that different than how to talk to voters in general: talk to them about your plans to tackle the issues they care about, what you’ll do for them and their communities if elected, and ask for their votes.

However, young adults do view issues, politics, and life a little differently than their parents. here are some tips for how to relate:

TALK ABOUT RELEVANT ISSUES
Rock the Vote’s most recent poll of 18-29 year olds(37) found that the issues young voters most want the next president to address are jobs and

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Right-Wing Radio Monopoly and the Myth of the Liberal Media

William S. Bike

When it comes to national talk radio, conservatives are king… 
  --Philadelphia Daily News, May 8, 2002*

Conservative political commentators are not just the majority on talk radio--they monopolize it. It's easy to rattle off a list of celebrity conservative radio commentators: Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, G. Gordon Liddy, Neal Boortz, Mike Gallagher, Matt Drudge, Bob Dornan, Michael Reagan, Oliver North, Michael Medved, Bob Grant, Ken Hamblin, Pat Buchanan, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage--and the list goes on.

However, it is virtually impossible to name progre

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What Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan and You Have in Common

Evan Rosen

There is no such thing as a natural born communicator.  People in the public eye including executives, television hosts, and especially candidates for public office become “naturals” by practicing—and often with the help of a communication coach. 

You’ve probably experienced the wedding or formal occasion in which a favorite relative, let’s call him good ole Uncle Joe, rises and delivers an entertaining toast.  He seems to know exactly what to say and his toasts always resonate with the crowd.  After Good ole Uncle Joe sits down, people whisper perhaps with a tinge

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Howard Dean's Screaming TV Blunder

Gail Hogan

In many Presidential campaigns, there is one major blunder that is hammered home by the media, and that incident often ends that person’s presidential bid.  Some classics: Governor Dukakis wearing a helmet and riding the tank;  Senator Muskie crying at a news conference after a newspaper printed derogatory statements about his wife, and the classic, Senator Gary Hart and his playboy antics on that aptly named boat, “The Monkey Business.”   This year it was the Howard Dean Iowa pep rally, now dubbed the “I Have a Scream” speech. 

Whether you believe Howard Dean

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FEC Reporting Made Easy (or at least easier), Part II

Benjamin A. Katz

While good campaign management software can make it easier to file FEC reports (see part I of my article ), there are some things you should do regardless of how good your software is. 

A few simple checks will help keep you out of trouble and avoid the need to file amendments of FEC reports.

1. Read the manual.

The Federal Election Commission offers easy to read guides for political committees of all types:

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