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How lobbyists can use social media

Posted by Brian Lee on January 8, 2013 in Politics, Social media

I recently gave a presentation on social media at an Association for Wisconsin Lobbyists meeting. I’ve worked on campaigns that are based on getting various legislation passed or defeated, so I’m familiar with the process. I showed in my presentation that social media is a necessity for lobbying, as it goes hand-in-hand with other tried-and-true [...]

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The end of election 2012, finally

Posted by Emilie Buckman on November 6, 2012 in Media, Personal Note, Politics

In all honesty, I didn’t think this day would ever come! With a seemingly never ending election season, the today is finally here. To say I’m excited would a gross understatement. And while others might reserve their excitement for tonight when the results come, my excitement comes tomorrow with the end of political ads!  For months it’s [...]

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It’s That Time of Year: Annoying Campaign Calls

Posted by Katelyn Youngblood on October 30, 2012 in Politics

Ah, election season.  While I’m a strong supporter of exercising your right to vote, what I do not support are political parties that cross boundaries to get their point across—in fact, it’s reaching the point where they’re actually pushing voters away. Let’s backtrack a couple of weeks.  On October 4th, President Obama came to Madison [...]

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Voting early doesn’t hurt democracy

Posted by Brian Lee on October 24, 2012 in Politics

I voted absentee this week, as I’ll be on vacation in Florida on Nov. 6. Coincidentally, Wisconsinites could vote as early as Monday of this week, and media reports showed long lines in Madison. I was stunned by an op-ed in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel titled “Early voting is bad for democracy.” The author, Christian [...]

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Sore loser

Posted by Brian Lee on July 16, 2012 in Politics

Please note, this is not a post about which side of the political aisle is better than the other. Today, democrat John Lehman was sworn in as a state senator in Wisconsin. His opponent, Van Wanggaard, lost in a recall election last month but ordered a recall and then cried foul about the voting process. [...]

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