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Product Updates

We now offer a Detailed Cash Flow and Net Worth Statement.

Simply go to Reports > Standard Reports and set the Report Options Type to Financial Details and the Format to Detailed Cash Flow & Net Worth Statement.

California Form 497 Supports Transactions Associated with Other Filer Committees

FPPC filers will notice a new checkbox when generating the Form 497: "Include Transactions for All Committees". Check this box to include transactions that may be associated with your other filer committees. This should only be used in very specific situations.

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This staff pick comes from one of our favorite clients, Jason Bennet from Argo Strategies. We liked the way he explained it: “This free software just saved my email life. I mean, after the new Custom Financial Report saved my business life (THANK YOU BTW!). It's hot. It works as part of Outlook and indexes all of your emails and groups your conversations (like gmail). It’s called Xobni. That's inbox spelled backwards, get it? BRILLIANT.”

"Bill Gates called Xobni the next generation of social networking."
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How To Find & Mobilize Young Voters Part II

This is our last of our articles on Young Voters. 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

Who Are Young Voters: About the Millennial Generation

How to Find & Mobilize Young Voters - Part I: Voter Registration

How to Find & Mobilize Young Voters - Part II: Get Out The Vote

Studies show that contact from campaigns significantly increases a young person’s likelihood of turning out to vote on Election Day. Plus, it’s cost-efficient and easy to integrate with your overall campaign strategy.

  • A door knock can boost turnout by about 8 points for about $25 per additional vote.
  • A live phone call increases turnout by 3-5 points for $20-26 per additional vote.
  • A text message increases turnout by 3-4 points and can be very inexpensive.
  • Multiple contacts from a campaign can increase turnout by 10-14 percentage points.

GOTV Tactics That Work


You can increase turnout by about 8 points among those contacted if you have face-toface contact with young adults before Election Day.
  • Timing is important. A recent study shows that face-to-face contact increases turnout if done in the two weeks before the election, but not earlier than that.
  • Studies show that other young or older adults living with young people who are canvassed also vote at significantly higher rates (“spillover effect”).
  • Make sure to include basic voting information when canvassing young adults, such as where and when to vote.

Read the Full Article Here >>

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