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Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda

Welcome to the non-partisan Digital Politics Podcast with Karen Jagoda.  Since 2007, this show has highlighted impact of new technologies on the campaign landscape, how expectations of voters are changing, fundraising, persuasion and getting out the vote. 

Popular topics on the show include best practices for political and advocacy campaigns, ground game strategies, cross-media advertising, social media trends and impact of mobile. 

This weekly podcast includes interviews with political consultants, media strategists, journalists, advocates, candidates, elected officials, campaign managers, and solution providers.

 

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Aug 24, 2016

Kevin Stewart, Managing Partner, State and Local Government, GIS Inc. on the ability of government agencies to handle the threat of an outbreak of the Zika virus and other vector-borne diseases, value of mobile devices to empower citizens to participate in the fight, and using location science and evidence based data to...


Aug 18, 2016

Matt McMillan, CEO and Founder, BuzzMaker thinks all campaigns should be able to raise money online without paying steep fees to consultants to write the most effective email from the right source with the best subject line.  Their new Accelerate product gives Democratic state and local campaigns access to content and...


Aug 10, 2016

Joel Sawyer, Account Executive, Campaign Grid shines the light on the pursuit of Republican and Democratic ticket splitters who might be convinced to look at other options that are outside their traditional party.


Aug 4, 2016

Shaun Dakin, Dakin Associates reveals his interest in Pokemon Go and points out how candidates and causes might reach out to people coming to Poke Stops to use this new application to inform and engage.  

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Aug 3, 2016

Ben Tulchin, president, Tulchin Research conducted polling for the Bernie Sanders for President campaign and he shares insights about sampling Millennial and Independent voters, which voters are most likely to be persuaded, and capturing the sense of frustration to drive voter turnout by Democrats and Republicans.