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Kevin Reilly is a principal of Campaign Data Services, a voter file database company located in northern California.. Kevin is also a principal of Flying Colors USA providing services to political consultants.

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American Cities Can Create Equality

| Blog | April 21, 2014

Cities can create the equality our state and federal governments can’t Few of us have hope that the federal government can get anything done. The partisan politics in Washington coupled with the pay to play money in politics, provides little hope that meaningful progressive change will occur. But, there is hope, and it is just […]

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Leeland Yee Recommends Publicaly Financed Campaigns

| Blog | April 15, 2014

Political Reform and Publicly Financed Campaigns Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Sen. Leland Yee campaigned on transparency. According to an FBI affidavit, Yee accepted campaign money in exchange for favors and a promise to set up an illegal gun deal. Recently Yee spoke to the Voice of OC, a non-profit investigative publication about […]

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Count The Vote Worksheet

| Counting The Vote | April 4, 2014

Complete this form to calculate the votes you need to win

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Your Candidate Profile

| Your Candidate Profile | April 3, 2014

Your Candidate Profile – (use additional paper if necessary)   Name: ______________________________________________________ City of Residence:  ________________     Age:  ______  Gender:  _______ Education:  ___________________________________________________ Employment History:  ___________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Family:  _____________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ Political offices you have run for (include outcome vote percentages):  ____________________________________________________________  ____________________________________________________________  ____________________________________________________________  ____________________________________________________________  ____________________________________________________________ Political Experience/Involvement (other than political office): ____________________________________________________________ Community Involvement: _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ […]

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Introduction To Campaign Planning – The Basics

| More | April 3, 2014

Planning is Everything No two campaigns are the same. Every political campaign is totally unique. However, many elements of any campaign are the same. Our Planning Section section is designed to help you gather important information for your campaign. Here we walk you through the methodology on how to think about campaigns, how they operate, […]

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Cities Can Fight Against Foreclosures

| Blog | February 27, 2014

Cities can join together to help residents with foreclosures The housing market still comprises millions of underwater mortgage-holders facing foreclosures (between 6 and 16 million, depending on who you ask). Many of homeowners are battling against creditors who are trying to foreclose and or evict them. But Cities can Help. The Home Defenders League, is […]

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Teachers Dismissal Rules Proposal

| Blog | February 27, 2014

State Sen. Lou Correa Introduces Bill (SB) 843 -Teachers  Sen. Lou Correa introduced a Senate Bill (SB) 843, that would simplify the proceedings for the dismissal of California educators accused of misconduct. Currently, an educator that has been fired in California may appeal to a state panel of an administrative law judge and two educators. The […]

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California Divided – Six States?

| Blog | January 20, 2014

BREAK UP: Will California splinter into 6 states?  California venture capitalist Tim Draper is backing  an initiative to divide California into six separate states.  He argues that the its population is “too big and bloated,” Draper, 5 filed paperwork to put the measure, known as Six California’s, on the November ballot.   Does article 4 section […]

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Charter Schools Vs. Public Education

| Blog | January 14, 2014

Are California Charter Schools Making A Difference In Education Formally, charter schools are publicly funded education schools of choice that form a contract, or “charter,” with a public entity (e.g., a school district, state, or university) in which they are given greater autonomy than other public schools over curriculum, instruction, and  operations. In exchange for greater […]

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NAFTA Hurt American Working Families – STOP The Trans Pacific Agreement

| Blog | January 7, 2014

NAFTA 20 Years Late American Working Family’s Got Screwed With much consideration and emotional discussion, the House of Representatives approved NAFTA on November 17, 1993, 234-200. The agreement’s supporters included 132 Republicans and 102 Democrats. NAFTA passed the Senate 61-38. Senate supporters were 34 Republicans and 27 Democrats. Clinton signed it into law on December 8, […]

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Has Obama Sold Out? The Candidate – The President – Trans Pacific Partnership

| Blog | January 5, 2014

Stop The Trans Pacific Partnership The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement is  a trade deal will that govern 40 percent of U.S. imports and exports as well as affect copyrights, pharmaceuticals and more. The trade deal talks are being conducted in secret, and only a few portions of the agreement and memos about it have been […]

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Shop Local for a Better Community

| Blog | December 14, 2013

Why Shop Local? There are many well-documented benefits to our communities and to each of us to choosing to shop local independently owned businesses. We realize it is not always possible to buy what you need locally and so merely ask you to Think Local FIRST! Top Ten reasons to Think Local – Buy Local […]

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Democratic Party Says No To Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

| Blog | November 8, 2013

  California Democratic Party Calls For Withdrawal From Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement Resolution 13-07.11 WHEREAS, the trade agreement known as Trans Pacific Partnership is being negotiated in secret, and opponents in the labor and environmental communities argue that it would give new enforceable monopolistic rights and privileges to multi-national corporations, and establish limits on sovereign governments’ ability […]

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The Bart Strike – A Minor Inconvienence

| Blog | October 23, 2013

The current BART strike was a minor inconvenience for the public, compared to the sacrifices that were made by workers that went before us to fight for the rights that workers enjoy today. There sacrifice brought us the eight hour work day, the 40 hour work week, overtime pay, maternity leave, paid vacations, safety rules, […]

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California Voter Outreach – Robocalls

| Robo Calls | October 3, 2013

California Voter Outreach With Robo Calls Robo calls are the least expensive way to communicate with your voters in California  You can reach thousands, even millions of voters with an in-expensive pre-recorded voice message, and can be delivered within minutes.  There many ways in which you can use them to your advantage in a California […]

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Political Support and Endorsements

| Endorsements | June 10, 2013

        Political Support and Endorsements The act of declaring the personal or group support of a candidate or issue  There a 4 Types Of Political Support – Endorsements Community Leaders Elected Offials Neswpapers Organizations Elected Officials Endorsements from respected elected officials can add a great deal of political support and credibility to […]

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Political Support – Example Endorsement Questionnaire

| Endorsements | June 10, 2013

Political Support Example Endorsement Questionnaire See the political support – example endorsement questionnaire. C ALI F O R N IA N O W 2 0 1 2 PAC E N D O R S E M E N T Q U E S T I O N N A I R E download the NOW […]

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Why Use a Voter File Vendor?

| Understanding The Voter File | June 8, 2013

Why Use a Voter File Vendor? A bad voter file costs more money and loses votes A voter file vendor will clean and enhance the data from the Registrar. Sometimes the voter file from the Registrar will have data entry errors such as mistyped numbers, or misspelled names, and, it may list voters who have […]

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Voter Registration File Count Sheet and Count Books

| Understanding The Voter File | June 8, 2013

Voter Registration File Count Sheet and Count Books The Count Sheet is a Must Have Tool For Campaigns The data file vendor  cleans and enhances the voter registration file, providing you with a count book or count sheet so you can see the demographic, geographic and voting history of  the voters in your district. This […]

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Voting Propensity and Likely Voters

| Likely Voters & Voter Propensity | June 8, 2013

What is Voting Propensity and Likely Voters? Voting Propensity and Likely Voters are terms used to target voters who will be most likely to turnout on election day. Determining who is a  “high propensity” or “likely voter is determined by the voting of the voter.  A Data File Vendor can provide you with the voting […]

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Using Social Media In Your Political Campaign

| Social Media | May 3, 2013

This video covers the basics of how any political campaign can and should set up and use social media. I try not to get too deep into one specific topic. My goal was to give an overview of the services available and practical ways campaigns of any size can use them.

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Absentee and Early Voting

| Absentee & Poll Voters | April 27, 2013

  Absentee and Early Voting Voting by absentee ballot is on the increase. In 2012 more than 50% of voters cast their votes early by mail. Early voting in onthe rise all across the country and specifically in California. Absentee voting will play a critical role in your campaign. Many campaigns run separate poll voter […]