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Our team will chart the right path to help you successfully maneuver through the maze of business, politics, policy, and public opinion.


Our goal is simple: to achieve maximum attention and maximize your fundraising results.

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Polling Report: February 28 – March 6

Approval for McCrory, Other Elected Officials, On the Rise Pat McCrory’s approval rating currently sits at 47%, with 36% disapproving, according to a High Point University poll, continuing a recent upward trend as the governor heads into a contested 2016 election. North Carolina
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To Win Over Hispanics, GOP Needs More Than Rubio

A new Gravis Marketing poll of Nevada Republicans showed Scott Walker leading the presidential field with 27% of the vote, ahead of Jeb Bush with 19% and a host of other candidates polling in single digits (Dr. Ben Carson who has shown strong support in recent polls nationwide was not
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Polling Report: February 20-27, 2015

Cruz Leads, Perry struggles in Texas Poll In a recent University of Texas/Texas Tribune survey of Republican voters in the state, Senator Ted Cruz led the field with 20% of the vote, with Scott Walker taking in 19%. Former Florida governor Jeb Bush and Dr. Ben Carson each received 9%
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“Hiding Hagan” Admits She Skipped National Security Hearing for Fundraiser

FROM NCGOP.org Raleigh, NC – It turns out the real news from tonight came after the debate. In a press conference, Senator Kay Hagan admitted skipping a crucial Senate Armed Services Committee hearing for a fundraiser to benefit her reelection campaign. North Carolina Republican Party
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