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Is Obama’s campaign against “the rich” a good political strategy, or . . .?

Posted on November 23rd, 2011 by admin1

a sign of desperation? Or both? Seriously, there are a lot more poor people than rich people So will his call for higher taxes on the rich help his re-election chances? And what other groups are in the majority that politicians could try to attract? It depends on his definition of rich. Although they are […]

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Which of the following methods for influencing members of Congress is NOT legal?

Posted on August 22nd, 2011 by admin1

a. Lobbyists can give information to members of Congress. b. Lobbyists can help politicians with political strategy for getting legislation through. c. Lobbyists can help formulate campaign strategies and get the group’s members behind a politician’s reelection campaign. d. Lobbyists can be a source of ideas and innovation. e. All of the answers above are […]

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What would be a better campaign strategy for Ron Paul 2012?

Posted on July 6th, 2011 by admin1

I am from the Midwest. What would be a better political strategy? Trying to get the opinion of the general public, or hitting up local churches for support? Or a lesser/weaker form of both (split)? "Let’s shake up the Status Quo!"

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Is there more early political background information on Cindy McCain?

Posted on April 23rd, 2011 by admin1

I just read this and found it interesting: "Cindy who is 18 years younger than Gramps McCain and she paid for McCain’s first campaign for Congress in 1982 with loans from her well-endowed trust fund. Her father’s business and political contacts helped gain her husband a foothold into Arizona politics. I wonder how much of […]

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A question about an observation of the liberal political strategy?

Posted on March 24th, 2011 by admin1

It seems like the Dems. have been focusing their campaigns on small groups of people – global warming, african americans, homosexuals. I hear them talk about righting the wrongs of society if elected. It seems like the Dem. Presidential candidates are following this strategy as well. My question – do you think it will work? […]

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How to write a campaign strategy?

Posted on February 21st, 2011 by admin1

I am required to write a campaign strategy for my political science class in college. It is suppose to be written as a campaign memo to my campaign staff and the candidate himself. I don’t even know what a campaign memo, and I have no idea where to start. Ideas? It is a rallying cry. […]

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Where does the political concept that your greatest weakness is also your greatest strength originate?

Posted on January 27th, 2011 by admin1

This has been coming up a lot in the mainstream media’s coverage of the US Presidential Election campaign. I’m wondering if this is a political strategy or if this is just a cliched corporate job interview question ported to the political arena. It’s some kind of either Zen Buddhist or Art of War cliche’ I […]

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How would direct election of the president affect the power of racial minorities in the United States?

Posted on October 30th, 2010 by admin1

How would a system of direct election of the president affect the political campaigning strategy of the presidential campaigns? Which groups benefit and which are hurt by the Electoral College system? Answer whichever ones you want. Thanks for your contributions. Without an electoral college large urban centers would benefit and rural states and regions would […]

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What is the best strategy to launch a political campaign in a local district.?

Posted on October 7th, 2010 by admin1

Tom Vilsac, the governor of Iowa, who is also exploring the waters for a 2008 presidential race started his career going door to door, but rather than a brochure, he gave out a blank sheet of paper asking what issues were on their mind. It worked. So get to know your district, go ask tons […]

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political science question help pleasee?

Posted on August 25th, 2010 by admin1

what are the political campaign strategies and lobbying techniques? thanks! This is way too extensive a topic to be covered here. Google both and you will get a bunch of websites you can read to research it.

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