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Visualizing TV Spending in Wisconsin during the recall

They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  This is especially true when trying to convey political data to the average supporter. Some  of the best ways to convey this is to use infographics, venn diagrams or plot points on a Map. Google maps makes it easy for...

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Google Apps

In the world of digital politics, local campaigns can easily get distracted by shiny new toys and often overlook some of the most basic tech infrastructure needs. I’m not discounting the importance of setting-up some of these outposts, but when resources and staffing are limited, you want to take...

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Five most read blog posts of 2011

Last year was a busy one for me.  That means I didn’t get to write as much as I wanted too. That being said, this site received close to 5,000 visitors this site and more than 10,000 pageviews. I’m...

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How can local candidates engage the busy, low information voter ?

Editor’s Note: The blog post below is by Mike Kondratick who ran  as  Democrat for Virginia state delegate from the 87th district. Running a campaign for a local office, for me, turned into a decidedly low-tech enterprise.  Though, that’s not how I...

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