Data meets politics: Resources for government affairs professionals
The election is in four months. What are you doing to ensure your candidate(s) will win? What’s your digital strategy?
Two campaign veterans have spent the past months refining the techniques that they use for their candidates. Join us to learn the results of their work. Topics will include:
The current crises have forced many in the government affairs community to reassess their approach to advocacy. Some techniques are simply no longer relevant, but many of the fundamentals are now more important than ever.
What are the hallmarks of government affairs teams that are succeeding right now? What makes the difference? What parts of the job are exactly the same as they ever were, and what has changed forever? How do we manage the new reality?
In mid-March 2020, political donations to candidates fell off a cliff. Campaigns had been collecting double what they did in 2016. As cities went into shelter-in-place, and as economic uncertainty grew, donations fell all the way back to where...
Though describing the same recent events, Republicans and Democrats use completely different vocabularies. One party talks about looting, the other about Jim Crow; one talks about defunding police departments (it’s not the party that you think),...
With the national conversation on race in the spotlight, GovPredict’s Moneyball tool reveals who has given the most—and the least—to Black Members of Congress.
State regulations move fast. Now, GovPredict clients can track, manage, and respond to state regulations in the same powerful platform they use for state bills, local documents, and federal bills and regulations.
The massive wave of political donations came crashing down in March. After months of receipts at double the 2016 levels, donors in March only gave a third above 2016. If campaigns had continued the previous level of momentum, they could have...
There is so much more to do than virtual hill days! This session covers advocacy strategies and tactics that are especially effective right now. Topics include: social media, creative forms of virtual content, the use of surveys, and more!