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April, 2014

First Day at New Media Strategies

Quick announcement — after two years sailing the fickle waves of capitalism all on my own, I accepted a full-time job at New Media Strategies last week and started today. I’m now a Strategic Manager in their Public Affairs Practice and am currently being orientated (the electrodes...

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Forum: The Ethics of Grassroots Advocacy

Ethics in political advocacy? That’s crazy talk! But the folks at GW’s Graduation School of Political Management are planning an event this week that proves that they aren’t afraid to take on an apparent oxymoron: A generation ago, rare was the public policy issue that brought...

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More Brown/Coakley Online Politics Post-Mortems

More articles have popped up on the internet’s role in the Brown/Coakley race, besides the Henri’s and mine posted here on Epolitics.com and the earlier link round-up: Update: How Republicans won the Internet Update: G.O.P. Used Energy and Stealth to Win Seat What marketers can learn...

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In Defense of Martha Coakley’s New Media Team

Check out the following guest article for a view of the Brown/Coakley race different from what is rapidly becoming conventional wisdom in the online politics world. My friend (and Blue State Digital staffer) Henri Makembe was on the scene, and while he’s not happy with the outcome of the...

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