• 7 Questions W/ Nathaniel Pearlman the Great Battlefield Podcast

    Oct 16, 2019 by Elena Veatch

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    Nathaniel Pearlman talks progressive politics and political technology

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  • EveryAction: 7 Questions on The EA New Product Roadmap

    Aug 07, 2019

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    EveryAction Discusses Changes to Their Software

    EveryAction offers a suite of digital, fundraising, and organizing tools for nonprofits all in one unified platform. In this 7 questions interview they talk about the exciting changes they are making to their platform in the new product roadmap and how nonprofits can better use digital tools to achieve their goals. 


    1. What gap in the nonprofit and advocacy industry does EveryAction help to fill?

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  • Code for Progress

    Jul 13, 2014 by Joe Fuld (he/him)

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    Code for Progress Is Helping Make the Progressive Movement and the Tech Industry More Diverse

    Last week, The Campaign Workshop hosted a interview training event for Code for Progress at our office that included a stellar cast of entrepreneurs, TCW staff, and an amazing group of fellows that are about to take the job market by storm.

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  • Democratic Direct Mail Targeting

    Dec 12, 2013 by The Campaign Workshop

    Campaign Basics: A Guide to Democratic Direct Mail Targeting

    Democratic Direct Mail Targeting - Using Advanced Data & Models

    Democratic direct mail targeting used to be seen as a mysterious realm where political consultants pulled voter targets out from behind a magic curtain. With the advent of modern voter file software by folks like Catalist, NGP VAN, Targetsmart, NationBuilder and L2, you can have direct access to the voter data and models you need to make targeting decisions for your campaign. But if this is the first time you are running a campaign or working with voter data, here are some tips for Democratic direct mail targeting, these tips will also be helpful in developing your field and phone program.

    Get access to a good voter file. You should be able get access to a good voter file through your Democratic state party, but in some municipal campaigns and primaries that might not be possible. Some other options to look at for Democratic direct mail targeting are Catalist, Labels and Lists, and NationBuilder. They – and a number of other firms – all have good voter files and most offer at least some basic models to help you identify your best targets.

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