Biggest Political Campaign Blunders of All Time

Biggest Political Campaign Blunders of All Time

It’s hard to get through a political campaign and election without a hiccup here and there. As we see Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump go back to back this season, let’s revisit some of the most famous campaign blunders of all time. 

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Party Progress: The Recent Changes in the US Political Realm

America’s major political parties recently held highly watched, media-friendly conventions; all the while, political history was changing and electoral coalitions were realigning. In Cleveland, the Republicans pointedly critiqued the current administration with scarcely hidden motifs of anxiety and fear. Conversely, the Democrats nostalgically sought to show the appeals of continuity and present a new way forward. In their own ways, both parties continued down their centuries-long trajectory while simultaneously radically diverging from their recent forms.

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My Interview with a DNC Delegate

My Interview with a DNC Delegate

Steve Cohn is an NYC lawyer. This year, he ran as a pledged delegate for Hillary Clinton, with approximately 34,000 votes from the 7th Congressional District. Last Friday, I was privileged to be able to interview him, discuss his time at the Convention, and ask his opinion of the upcoming election.

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American Government = PR

Did you know that the American Government in the largest PR firm in the world? Take a look at the “Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006,” the government spends over 2 billion dollars annually on Public Relations, and that number only increases by year.

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Spambots: Does the Number of Your Followers Reflect Their Engagement?

Spambots: Does the Number of Your Followers Reflect Their Engagement?

You can’t help but admit that it is satisfying to open up your phone and see the Instagram notification alert you of how many more likes or followers you gained. What if you could get hundreds, even thousands of those for just a few dollars! Is it worth it?

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Social Media and Democratic Sit-In

House Democrats made history this week when they demonstrated a “Sit-In” on the House floor. The main goal of the Dems was to bring legislation to the floor that would expand background checks and ban gun sales to anyone who is on the no-fly watch list. They were hoping to vote on these measures before the House had its summer recess, lasting until July 5th. Speaker Paul Ryan and the rest of the House Republicans did everything in their power to stop the Democrats, and more importantly to delay the vote on gun control.

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5 Ancient Advertisements

With our society becoming increasingly more about consumerism, it is impossible to go anywhere, online or not, without facing an advertisement. Advertising is a growing business and industry, but it did not start out of nowhere. Exactly how old is is advertising? And where in the world was it created?

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Can Crime Have a Venue?

Why do certain urbanscapes offer more opportunity for violence and crime than others? This past week at Herald Strategies, we've been trying to get to the heart of this question. Back in February, a close friend and client was assaulted in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Rabbi Aaron L Raskin was approached by teenagers, and punched in the face. He isn't the first victim of violence in the park, and he certainly isn't the last. This past spring, park-goers have been pelted by basketballs, threatened with knives, and in a sort of West-Bank-like situation, assailed with heavy rocks. But the most recent case was the fatal shooting of Michelle Marks. She was walking home from work last Monday night when she was murdered by her boyfriend...

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Herald Strategies Looking for Campaign Fundraisers

Our firm, Herald Strategies is currently looking for resumes and to hire experienced campaign fundraisers to work on a few of the campaigns we will be doing this Summer in NYC. Please submit all resumes on our Jobs/Contact page and we will reach out to you. 

We are looking for both interns and staffers who have experience with campaign fundraising, to include donor research, planning and organizing fundraising events, maintaining fundraising databases (NGP, ActBlue, etc). If you have worked in this field before, please submit your resume and share your previous experiences with us in detail. Let us know exactly what you were required to do, who the candidate/committee was, how much you raised, how did you raise the money and so on. 

Please feel free to share this post with your friends or anyone who you think might be interested in working in this field. 

We look forward to reviewing your application. 

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