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Democratic National Convention – A Time for Political Protests, Events and Parties

The Democratic National Convention is set to take place in Philadelphia, PA from July 25 to July 28, 2016.  A certain lollapalooza of political, protest and party events is expected culminating in the likely presidential nomination of Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton. Here is a look into what the protestors and party goers have planned for […]

2016 March Madness is about to tip-off – Is Your Online Sweepstakes Ready?

National attention will soon turn away from Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and election politics and sharply focus on the upcoming 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. March Madness tips-off in mid-March with 68 teams and ends with the national championship on April 4th. 68 collegiate basketball teams will compete through the first two rounds for a […]

Online Surveys Forecast Political Winds On Eve of Democratic Presidential Debate

With the first Democratic party presidential debate upon us, Democrats now get a turn to persuade America why they should rise or fall in the national polls and online surveys. Republican Recap Over the past few months we’ve seen a series of Republican debates and have followed several online surveys and polls to track the […]

2016 Presidential Primary Campaign Season – A Frenzy of Event Management and Political Surveys

Politics, presidential primary debates, party campaign events and political surveys are as common as apple pie and hot dogs on the Fourth of July these days. The jockeying for position within the Republican and Democratic Party for a shot at the presidential nomination is in high gear. Political pundits, news organizations and higher educational institutions […]

Who is Trumping Who in Political Surveys on Eve of First Republican Presidential Candidate Debate

To invoke legendary boxing MC Michael Buffer – “Let’s get ready to rumble!” The national political sparring season starts with the Fox News Republican presidential candidate debate. We thought it would be interesting to take a look at what some of the leading national political surveys and polls are saying about the current crop of […]

American Politics and the State of the Email Marketing Union

Technology and the email habits of politicians are once again at the forefront of our country’s political discourse.  First, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton is accused of using a private email server in her home to send email marketing and donation campaigns on behalf of The Clinton Foundation while she was on the job as […]