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Staff Picks
 

This week’s staff picks are all about taking your campaign on the road and managing your trip with these free web-based tools.

1. Google Transit

Plan the route of your tour with Google’s Transit tool. It’s like a digital trip guide from AAA meshed with Google Maps.

http://www.google.com/transit

2. Where I've Been

After your trip you can keep track of all the places that you’ve been here:

http://w3.whereivebeen.com/

3. MobileOffice

And don’t forget about our own mobile tool which allows you to access information from your BackOffice, VoterManager and CompleteGov databases while on the road, all optimized for mobile browsing:

http://www.completecampaigns.com/mobile/login.asp

You can learn more about MobileOffice here: http://www.completecampaigns.com/mobile.asp

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Article Series by Rock The Vote: Part III
 

If you haven’t been keeping up with our series of articles on Winning Young Voters, you can catch up here:

Winning Young Voters: Part I - How to Talk to Young Voters

Winning Young Voters: Part II - The Importance of Young Voters

 

Part III: Who Are Young Voters?

Millennials are defining themselves as a politically engaged, tech-savvy, and diverse generation.

POLITICALLY ENGAGED

Young adults are taking action on key issues in communities and on campuses all across the country. From the 5,000-person Power Shift summit on climate change in Maryland in 2007 to the 2,000-person march for voting rights in Prairie View, Texas in 2008, young adults aren’t sitting on the sidelines of the most important fights – they’re leading them.

Young volunteers are fueling political campaigns, too. In 2006, campaign strategists for several winners – Senator Jon tester, congressman Joe Courtney, and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, to name a few – credited young voters and volunteers for helping fuel their victories. In the 2008 primaries, the story is magnified ten-fold. Young adults are driving the successes of many primary campaigns in 2008.

TECH-SAVVY

Today’s 18 year olds began kindergarten in 1995, when encyclopedias were going the way of the eight-track. cell phones, text messages, email, instant messages, and online social networks are how young adults communicate today.

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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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