Marketing Politics Daily Editions for February 2016
Marketing Politics Daily - Monday, Feb. 29, 2016
Clinton Looks To Wrap Up Democratic Race On Tuesday
Can Smartphones Swing The Primaries?
Groups Supporting Ted Cruz Spend $2.4 Million In 8 States
The Only Thing Worse Than Being Talked About: NOT Being Talked About
Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions Endorses Donald Trump
Marco Rubio Asks American Voters To Google It
AFL-CIO To Create Union Led Super PAC
Political Advertisers Should Spend More Time On Mobile
Sanders And Other Senators Raise Concerns About Charter Merger
State Department Releases New Clinton Emails
Marketing Politics Daily - Friday, Feb. 26, 2016
Rubio Finally Looks Ready To Fight
Bernie Sanders Action Figure In High Demand
Former Mexico President Drops F-Bomb On Trump's Wall
Hillary Clinton Campaigns Heavily In South Carolina, Looks For A Sanders Rout
Presidential National TV Ads: Rubio Tops Spending
Email Marketing Lessons From Trump's Presidential Campaign
Marketing Politics Daily - Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016
TV Vies To Remain Top Influencer In Politics
Sinclair Broadcast Revs Dip, Political Ad Slippage Blamed
Univision GOP Debate Tonight In Texas
Political Campaigns Pay Different Programmatic Costs In South Carolina, Nevada
20% Of Trump Supporters Disagree With Emancipation Proclamation
Most Reddit Users Get News From Site
Clinton Isn't Worried About Email Scandal
Melania Trump Opens Up About Immigration
AG Won't Share Much About How Clinton Will Be Prosecuted
Sanders Campaign to Clarify Facts in Clinton Attack Email
Univision, Ramos -- And Trump's Schadenfreude-ian Slip
Marketing Politics Daily - Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016
Trump Cruises In Nevada, Rubio Marches On
Inner Circle Koch DC Advisor Joins Rubio Team
Trump Says He Wants To Punch Protester At Rally
Clinton, Sanders Highlight Differences At CNN South Carolina Town Hall
Univision Launches Voter Campaign
Conservatives Accuse Twitter of Censorship
Marketing Politics Daily - Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016
Email Subject Line: Donate Please!
SITO Mobile Aids Political Marketers Targeting Millennials, Minorities
What Are The Top Spotify Songs For Republicans, Democrats and Independents?
NEW! Captain Obvious To Run For President... Literally
The Remaining Presidential Field Is Remarkably Diverse
Cruz, Trump Have The Strongest Cash Reserves Ahead Of Super Tuesday
Federal Judge to Take a Close Look at Clinton's Email Scandal
State Department Releases Latest Batch of Clinton Emails
Apple Facing Uphill Public Relations Battle Against FBI
Marketing Politics Daily - Monday, Feb. 22, 2016
Republicans Bicker About Nomination Status
Hillary Clinton Gets The Win She Needed In Nevada
Mitt Romney To Endorse Marco Rubio
Despite Suspending His Campaign, Jeb's Super PAC Still Attacking Rubio On TV
Pro-Cruz Robocall In S.C. Attacks Trump For Speaking Against Confederate Flag
Calif.Bill Would Require Gun Buys To Be Videotaped
Tech Companies, Online Security Experts, Democratic Lawmakers Back Apple Against FBI
China Cracks Down On Foreign Publishers
Marketing Politics Daily - Friday, Feb. 19, 2016
Race Tightens, Stakes High In South Carolina, Nevada
Clinton, Sanders Airing Most TV Ads Since January
AOL Email Users More Likely to Donate to Political Campaigns
Tense Public Tiff Between Donald Trump, Pope Francis
Mark Cuban Compares Ted Cruz To Joe McCarthy
Morning Again And Again In America
Marketing Politics Daily - Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016
Campaigns Utilize Targeted Data In New Ways To Reach Key Voters
If I Were CMO For Republicans Or Democrats This Election Year
Republican Candidates Participate In CNN Town Hall
Senators Raise Concerns About Charter Merger
South Carolina Gov. Haley Endorses Marco Rubio
If Facebook Likes Were Votes, Ben Carson Is Our Next President
Conservative Watchdog Pushes For New Clinton Email Investigation
Marketing Politics Daily - Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016
Political Radio Ads Could Prove Crucial To Vote
One In Five Political Email Subscribers Still Undecided
TV Ads Most Influential Among All Age Groups
Political Influentials By the Numbers
A Debate-Less Week Is Packed With TV Events
Why Political Candidates Should Start Thinking Like Content Marketers
Washington And Lee University Mock GOP Convention Nominates Donald Trump
News Corp To Launch Site For Right-Wing U.S. Politics
Marketing Politics Daily - Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2016
Constitutional Conundrum Thrust To Center Of Presidential Race
Tegna Political Spend Dips, Digital Revs Rise
Radio Reaches Key Voters In Super Tuesday States
Rubio Ad Features Footage Of Vancouver
Chrysler Puts Election Year Twist On Campaign Featuring Actors
George W. Bush Hits The Campaign Trail
Sanders To Visit South Carolina, Georgia To Court Black Votes
For Would-Be Presidents Day: A Couple Of Things About Trump
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