Election Over, Political Campaigns Reveal Their Bags of Tricks

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For candidates, supervoters deliver super results

By Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel Supervoters are more engaged online, both with email and Facebook, than the average citizen, said Bryan Rudnick, a political consultant with Alliance Strategies Group in Boca Raton. And Demarest, a Democrat, said he pays more attention to candidate emails than any pitches they make by phone or mail. Above all, it's their deep sense of … Read More

Is Adam Hasner monitoring your Facebook posts?

By Jack Furnari, BizPac Review If you haven’t spoken to U.S. Senate candidate Adam Hasner in a while, all you have to do is post a link to a story he doesn’t like on Facebook, and he’ll give you a call. According to Boca Raton political consultant Bryan Rudnick, that’s exactly what happened when he posted a link to Adam … Read More

Is Ron Paul a Fringe Candidate?

By Mallie Jane Kim, US News & World Reports The 12-term congressman and two-time unsuccessful candidate for president is a proven fundraiser. So far his war chest comes in distant second to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. He also has staying power, supporters say. “He’s got an intensely loyal base, people who are willing to organize to do whatever it … Read More

The Federal Debt Limit and the Federal Reserve

By John Dennis, The John Dennis Report My guess is that Obama, Boehner et al will cut a deal and raise the federal debt ceiling. The amount will likely continue the status quo through the beginning of 2013, after the presidential election. My bigger guess is that the deal will have no substance, with spending cuts at the margins, phony … Read More

Groups target Dem ‘no’ votes to support repeal

By Jason Millman, The Hill Groups opposing healthcare reform are urging 13 House Democrats who voted against the reform law to support the repeal bill next week. “If you are really against ObamaCare, then you will vote yea for repeal,” according to the letter from DeFundIt.org, Americans for Prosperity, Independent Women’s Voice and the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. … Read More

Alliance Strategies Group produces new Total eMedical commercial

TOTAL eMEDICAL is one of the only companies in the entire country awarded the Medicare Competitive Bid (contract) distinction in all 9 metropolitan regions nationwide, thereby demonstrating their commitment to professionalism, savings and excellence in customer care. Alliance Strategies Group produced Total eMedical’s newest commercial highlighting the ease of which Medicare recipients can receive durable medical goods and supplies from … Read More

Saving Our Health Care

Since the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in March 2010, more and more Americans have realized that this legislation is not true reform. Instead, it further complicates a broken system, takes away choice from patients and doctors, and drives up health care spending for the government and for individuals. This invasive and unprecedented abuse of government … Read More