Category Archives: Canvassing

“Deep Canvassing” and the Lessons Political Campaigns Can Learn From It

Submitted to this blog by Arthur Schiff. By Gabby Weiss, November 22, 2019 Deep Canvassing has grown in popularity as an organizing tool in the past few years, but while most people have heard of it, many are still unsure … Continue reading

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A Lesson from Kentucky

Francesca Rheannon <rheannon05@gmail.com> writes: Declaring #kygov election over with a 5,000-plus margin, Gov.-elect Andy Beshear appoints transition team chair and looks forward, as Bevin questions results. Kentucky Democrats did not win the Governors race by launching esoteric attacks on Bevin … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Trump Supporters

Bobby Azarian Ph.D.  posted several months ago “A Complete Psychological Analysis of Trump’s Support” to help make sense of Trump’s apparent invincibility. We should try and understand the emotinal underpinnings of those that we find difficult to rationally speak to … Continue reading

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Deep Canvassing

What is “Deep Canvassing”? Changing the Conversation Together (CTC) is an organization of concerned citizens working to combat the politics of hate and uphold checks and balances. Using the evidence-based strategy of deep canvassing CTC played a critical role in … Continue reading

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The Blue Wave in CD-1

I have always wanted to know whether our efforts of canvassing and voter registration are actually paying off! Now we have some data.  Suffolk County Board of Elections collects data on new voter registrations on a monthly basis.  I have … Continue reading

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Typographical Mistakes and Voter Information: Why you Should Worry!

I just posted two relevant articles from the Patch.com ICE typographical mistake concerning the name of a resident leads to family disaster NY State to hand over Board of Election (BoE) voter registration data to Trump Anyone who has ever … Continue reading

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The Populist Surge – Analysis from Across the Pond

  On June 27th, Martin Wolf in the Financial Times writes: Why has the appeal of populist ideas grown in western countries? Is this a temporary phenomenon? In the wake of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, the collapse … Continue reading

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