Chris Jacobs, a true Jack Kemp Republican, has been elected tonight to the State Senate in New York. Great work Senator-Elect Jacobs! Buffalo News has a story online. Learn more about Chris Jacobs here.
Eric Schmitt will be the next Treasurer for the state of Missouri. Watch his victory speech here live, and archived after its ends.
Chris Jacobs is running for the New York State Senate in the Buffalo area. A supporter put together this great video on his behalf. Take a look, you will love it.
We would like to encourage everyone to take a look at this easy to read new report by Joel Kotkin. If you want to understand the direction that we need to work toward, this is it.
Read this important new report from Joel Kotkin, Our Town: Restoring Localism.
For the second time this year, Steve Parkhurst has a story featured in the top section of Real Clear Markets.
Steve Parkhurst was on the radio today to talk about the New Hampshire primaries and many other topics. Please take a listen and let us know what you think.
Steve Parkhurst was recently interviewed by Elisabeth Guédel of the conservative French newspaper l’Opinion. The two discussed Big Data in America in 2016 and in the French Presidential elections of 2017. The writer reached out because of Steve’s report on Big Data, free for download.
. Swing states The “profiling” method evolved: there four years, voter identification was based on geolocation, defined from residential areas. Today, it is a “get people where they are, that is, anywhere,” said Steve Parkhurst yet. Although residents of “swing states” – those American States which can switch in the Democratic camp or the Republicans one election to another – are still targeted, research is no longer based on an address or postal code but on the tastes, preferences and conversations. It is crossed with the analysis of data available on social networks, the number of users in the US is expected to exceed 186 million in 2016 against 160 million in 2012, according to estimates. Seven US ten Internet users today have a Facebook account.
The strength of the digital teams Barack Obama was their ability to “track” the BarackObama.com website could leave up to 87 different cookies while browsing, MittRomney.com, website Republican rival candidate, not included as 48, revealed the Wall Street Journal in November 2012. The information collectors have informed accurately about the habits of Internet users – what read newspapers, or favorite foods charities supported by example and helped to customize the messages that whether in emails to solicit donations and volunteer hours or in political commercials.
“Massive data are not sufficient in themselves, Steve Parkhurst notes, however, you also have the right person asking the right questions.” Barack Obama had attracted a genius cloud as Harper Reed, key man of his campaign 2012. Not sure Hillary Clinton, despite the help of Groundwork, a start-up created by the Executive President of Alphabet (parent Google) Eric Schmidt to help the candidate to hire talent, also has an attractive candidate.