American Majority Action focused on door knocking to get out the vote in key elections across the country. In 2016, AMA was a critical part of turning out the conservative vote in Wisconsin. FoxNews.com's Mike Tobin highlighted our ground game: An internal memo from the Johnson campaign boasts that volunteers for Johnson have knocked on 1.6 million doors in Wisconsin, and they are continuing at a rate of 84,000 visits per
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MEDIA CONTACT Matt Batzel, American Majority Action Mobile: (920)917-5860 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Conservative Group's Ground-Game Hits 50,000 Door Knocks to Get out the Vote for Ron Johnson American Majority Action Knocks on 50,000th Door in Wisconsin November 4, 2016 - With only days remaining in the 2016 election cycle, American Majority Action (AMA) has just surpassed 50,000 knocks on targeted doors of voters in Wisconsin. AMA's ground game is
You’ve seen the “yuge” rallies. You’ve read all of the Tweets. You’ve even heard about the new dating site for Bernie Sanders supporters. While you may not agree with his positions, there is no question that Senator Bernie Sanders, the democratic socialist senator from rural Burlington, Vermont, is absolutely killing it in his digital campaign. Across Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram, Sanders’ content generates the most engagement, with an average of 23,200
The struggle between government and private enterprise continues. To keep up with consumers' increasing demand for mobile broadband data, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has organized an auction for TV broadcasters to voluntarily relinquish some of their “white space channels” and repurpose them for mobile broadband use. Broadcasters who participate in the auction will “bid to receive some of the proceeds from auctioning that spectrum to wireless providers” and will have
The Voter Gravity Presidential Flash Poll this week was conducted in Colorado. We surveyed 8,296 respondents using the Voter Gravity touchtone survey tool. Don’t forget that if you’re a Voter Gravity client, you can run an unlimited amount of these flash polls yourself! The Denver Post and Breitbart News picked up the story. Check out what they have to say about the results:
Many campaigns will choose to have at least one direct mail effort, sometimes issue-based, sometimes non-partisan “feel good” pieces to improve the candidate's standing in the eyes of their constituents. Regardless of why it's released, the question needs to be asked: do they make a difference? Are they worth the time and effort needed to get them sorted and sent out? According to a paper by University of Alabama professor Dr.