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New Features
 
More Counts Available for Broadcast Emails

We updated the various counts that appear when you're sending out a Broadcast Email. You can also mouse over any count to get more details.


Custom Report Generator Now Queries Candidate Fields

You may now run Custom Reports based off of the information that appears when the "Candidate" checkbox is selected within individual records.


Form 3 Supports Offsets to Line 17

Our FEC Form 3 filers will notice a new reporting code: "Non-Offset Reversal - NOR". This Reporting Code should be used with reversed expenses, but only in unique situations. Specifically, use this Reporting Code if the campaign wrote a check, and later voided the check because it never cashed. If you would like the void to appear as an offset to Line 17, rather than 14, then you can use the "NOR" Reporting Code with your reversed expense to achieve this.

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Staff Picks
 

This week we have two staff picks, which both help you put together a distributed campaign headquarters. You can learn more about Distrubuted Campaigns in our CampaignGuide article on the topic, which you can read here >>.

The first pick is a website called Doc Syncer that will synchronize your Microsoft Office documents with your Google Docs. If you haven’t used Google Docs, it’s Google’s free web-based software that lets you access your spreadsheets, documents, and presentations through any internet connection.

https://www.docsyncer.comThe second pick is another free web-based software site called Zoho.com. You don’t even need an account to use this handy viewer that allows you or someone you’re collaborating with to upload a document (like a Word or text file) that you can both view, edit and save simultaneously from different locations. Instead of sending and attachment through email, you can just email someone a link to the online document.

http://viewer.zoho.com/

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Winning Young Voters: Part II
 
The Importance of Young Voters

This article is the next in our ongoing series on young voters by Rock The Vote. You can read Part I here >>.

To Win Elections Today:

  • Young voters are a huge group: More than one-fifth of the electorate is between 18-29 years of age, a total of 44 million potential voters.
  • Young = New: In a close race, new, young voters can make the winning difference.
  • They’re Voting: Despite the long-standing conventional wisdom that young adults don’t vote, today’s 18-29 year olds are turning out in large and growing numbers.
  • It Works: Young adults can be registered and turned out in cost-effective ways that fit right into your campaign’s overall strategy. And young voters, like all voters, are attracted to candidates that reach out to them. They’ll vote in big numbers in 2008, it’s just a question of who will get their votes.

Read the Full Article Here >>

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Content Ideas?
 
We’d love to hear your content suggestions. If there is a topic you’d like us to cover, email Jeremy Geltman, our newsletter editor, at geltman@CompleteCampaigns.com.

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Newsletter Archive
 
To see previous newsletters with new feature updates, staff picks, articles and more, go to www.CompleteCampaigns.com/newsletters.asp.

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About Us
 
Since 2000, CompleteCampaigns.com has been providing campaign solutions for fundraising, accounting and contact management, online donation processing, government filing, voter contact, volunteer coordination, and web site administration. The company serves over 1100 clients in 48 states, from local-level campaigns through Congressional and statewide races.

In 2006 CompleteCampaigns.com was ranked as the best provider of web-based political software by Personal Democracy Forum's user survey. In the same survey in 2007, CompleteCampaigns.com was ranked 1st in all categories: software, service, pricing and overall.

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