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The tension and excitement in the air are palpable this morning after the supreme court’s decision to uphold what many call “Obamacare”.  President Obama’s landmark health care reform bill has a number of stipulations. Among the most discussed: Everyone must buy health insurance Insurance companies may not deny coverage based on pre-existing conditions Children up

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I always enjoyed the scene in the 1980’s classic movie, The Blues Brothers, where Elwood and Jake strap a stolen speaker to the top of their 1974 Dodge Monaco cruiser and comb Chicago announcing their big event “…One night only, at the fabulous Palace Hotel Ballroom…” If only getting your political message out was as

It’s never too early to get psyched for the upcoming political season, even in a non Presidential election year. June 16-18 I attended the Campaigns and Elections “Art of the Political Campaigning” conference in Washington, DC. This three day session had a good cross section of Political Strategists, Candidates, Campaign Managers and Support Organizations from

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Posted by: Ron Rowan, June 17, 2011

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Well another political season is fast upon us. It may seem to the constituents that there is a lull in the process, but for those of us involved in campaigning, the seasons seem to run together. As soon as one election cycle is finished, we are quickly jumping into the next. No matter where your

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported last Tuesday (11/23/10) that the Obama administration has reconsidered rules regarding certain provisions of the healthcare plan passed earlier this year. Of particular interest to contact center associates is the newly proposed modification regarding low premium policies that provide limited payments for medical costs. These so-called “limited medical plans”

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Columbus Day is coming up on Monday, October 11th and presents a unique opportunity for political calling.  Banks, post offices, union centers, federal offices and many schools will be closed, making it a perfect time for you to reach out and communicate with your constituents. And a perfect time to start a program with GCS.

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We’re gearing up for mid-term elections here at GCS and I read an article in the most recent Campaigns & Elections magazine that highlighted (for me) the importance of reaching out to your constituents in more than one way. Craig Varoga, the Campaign Doc, suggests that you should have contact about six times through door-to-door