Tags: Jacksonville

Florida’s New (2012) Congressional Map

Now in a single handy post.  An analysis from the prospective of progressive Democrats of the newly drawn US House district boundaries in Florida.  Despite Florida voters passing Amendments Five (State) and Six (Federal) in 2010 (Fair Districts), the new map is rife with partisan gerrymandering.  Who cares about the wishes of the people when […]

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Did you hear that?!

I got up early this morning to appear on WJCT’s First Coast Connect, hosted by Melissa Ross.  I was joined by Republican political consultant Jim Varian and Abel Harding of the Jacksonville Times-Union, we discussed Jacksonville’s Mayoral election results featuring Alvin Brown, Audrey Moran, Mike Hogan and Rick Mullaney. Congrats to Alvin Brown, as he […]

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From ActionNews Jacksonville: “Viral Campaigning”

I appeared on Action News Jacksonville (www.actionnewsjax.com) with Catherine Varnum at 5:30 tonight (2/16/2011) commenting on “Viral Campaigning,” or what I would refer to as New Media in campaigns.  They were focused with the utilization around the upcoming unitary elections.  Here’s the clip: You can see the printed story and the original video here:  Action […]

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WJCT First Coast Connect – 2/2/2011: Jacksonville Mayors Race

This morning I had the pleasure of appearing on WJCT’s First Coast Connect, hosted by Melissa Ross.  Joined by Republican Political Consultant Jim Varian, we discussed Jacksonville’s upcoming Mayoral election featuring Alvin Brown, Audrey Moran, Mike Hogan and Rick Mullaney. Here is the link to the audio via MPA Political’s Media Archive:  2/2/2011 WJCT with […]

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Unconventional Wisdom: Events

As I looked back on 2010 and saw the great big failures, they troubled me.  Messaging failures, generally unprepared or unqualified campaign staff, candidates unwilling to learn, listen and/or improve, and of course strategies that were designed to fail from the start…  But then there was a feeling of downright anger.  How the hell can […]

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