Lists and Targeting
Political Micro-targeting is the use of district geography, voter demography, vote history, the economic condition of voters and influence from other races to develop support, voter objectives, and GOTV targets.
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My initial question has brought up new options for voter data - who can share their experience in regard to them both.
Experts have shared their thoughts on Board of Election data and enhanced data from a list vendor. A new opinion suggests the Republican Party's Voter Vault, which is a competitive product to the Democratic program ...show more
Experts have shared their thoughts on Board of Election data and enhanced data from a list vendor. A new opinion suggests the Republican Party's Voter Vault, which is a competitive product to the Democratic program VoteBuilder. What are the opinions in regard to these two party products and how do they stand up against a list vendor's product. Can something that is "free" really be the best source? ...show less
Author: seth_o     Submitted on Jul 18, 2013     Last Updated on Aug 1, 2013, 10:04 pm     Comments: 2
Tags: registered voter data, board of elections, votebuilder, voter vault, enhanced data    
How do you get voter precinct lists
I want to know how to get lists of names and addresses of Republicans, Libertarians, and Decline to State (now No Party Preference) in California ...show more
I want to know how to get lists of names and addresses of Republicans, Libertarians, and Decline to State (now No Party Preference) in California ...show less
Author:     Submitted on Jul 14, 2013     Last Updated on Aug 15, 2013, 3:32 pm     Comments: 4
Tags: registered voter lists, voter data vendor, board of elections, county supervisor, redistricting, district    
Are vendor lists worth the expense against the inexpensive state or county data?
My state offers the registered voter list of my district for very little (the cost of the dvd). However, I have had calls from data vendors who believe that I should spend money on their lists. How can they have ...show more
My state offers the registered voter list of my district for very little (the cost of the dvd). However, I have had calls from data vendors who believe that I should spend money on their lists. How can they have anything different than the state ... doesn't it come from the state in the first place? I don't want to waste my resources on something that I can get for pennies. ...show less
Author: seth_o     Submitted on Jul 12, 2013     Last Updated on Aug 15, 2013, 4:36 pm     Comments: 6
Tags: registered voter data, list vendor, state data, county data, resources, lists    
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