Democrats’ $32 Million Attack Backfires in North Carolina, Aiding Tillis’ Rise and Abetting Hagan’s Fall

by johndavis, October 29, 2014

Democrats’ $32 Million Attack Backfires in North Carolina, Aiding Tillis’ Rise and Abetting Hagan’s Fall     October 29, 2014        Vol. VII, No. 27         8:13 am  Tillis Tops List as Most Attacked U.S. Senate Candidate: Recent national news stories have reported that North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race between Democratic U.S. Senator Kay Hagan and Republican
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Rule #7: Welcome Young Voters with “Come as you are” Open Conservatism; not “Come as we are” Closed Conservatism.

by johndavis, March 23, 2013

By 2015, voters born from 1982 – 1995 will be a full third of the voting population. North Carolina Republicans can secure their political longevity and create a model for the rest of the nation if they follow Rule #7: Welcome young voters with “Come as you are” Open Conservatism.

Vive la Différence! Rule #6: Men Do Not Equal a Majority. How women defeated them in 31 of 40 NC statewide races since 2000; why women are the GOP’s best hope for political longevity.

by johndavis, February 14, 2013

Vive la Différence! Rule #6: Men Do Not Equal a Majority. How women defeated them in 31 of 40 NC statewide races since 2000; why women are the GOP’s best hope for political longevity.   “The next time a Republican man wants to say something about a gender-sensitive issue, like rape or contraception or reproductive
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It’s Time We Put People Aside and Do What’s Right! Rule #4: Caring must be at the core of conservatism.

by johndavis, January 28, 2013

If Republicans are serious about minority outreach, or “welcoming in” minorities, then they must begin by forming and funding committees and hiring consultants that are representative of the groups they seek to welcome. Only then will they be in a position to craft a message that shows women and minority groups that they care; that caring is at the core of conservatism.

Rule #4: Caring must be at the core of conservatism. Otherwise, what you are really saying is, “It’s time we put people aside and do what’s right!”

They Beat Them at the Door; the New Door. How geeks became the secret weapon in Obama’s second win.

by johndavis, January 5, 2013

It wasn’t the data; it was the geeks who knew how to manage the data that gave Obama an institutional advantage over the Romney team and their $100 million Super PACs led by GOP superstar consultants.

Is the NC Democratic Party Better Off than Four Years Ago? That’s why Obama can’t carry the state in 2012.

by johndavis, September 5, 2012

Is the NC Democratic Party Better Off than Four Years Ago? That’s why Obama can’t carry the state in 2012. The North Carolina Democratic Party, the storied, national-model political war machine of 2008, is too deficient structurally to win 2012 battles.  Tuesday, September 4, 2012       Vol. V, No. 27      5:13 pm First Generation of Leaders
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Are you listening, Mr. President? America’s young voters are living in childhood bedrooms, staring at fading Obama posters

by johndavis, August 30, 2012

WHERE ARE THE JOBS? Economic conditions leaving young electorate unemployed, disenchanted  “We’re no longer interested in Hope, Mr. President, we’re interested in having a future.”  The Rocky Mountain Collegian, August 28, 2012, The Student Voice of Colorado State University Since 1891  Thursday, August 30, 2012       Vol. V, No. 26      12:13 am Colorado State Student Newspaper
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Voter Enthusiasm/Volunteerism favoring Republicans in 2012 as Young American Voters facing 50% Underemployment No Longer Excited about Obama

by johndavis, August 15, 2012

Voter Enthusiasm/Volunteerism favoring Republicans in 2012 as Young American Voters facing 50% Underemployment No Longer Excited about Obama “The Democratic advantage in net new registered voters in 2012 compared to 2008 in North Carolina has plummeted from 54% to 19.5%.  The Republican share of net new registered voters in 2012 compared to 2008 has increased
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North Carolina is Romney’s to Lose; Obama Abandoned by his Army of Enthusiastic Young Volunteers Discouraged by Unemployment

by johndavis, April 19, 2012

North Carolina is Romney’s to Lose; Obama Abandoned by his Army of Enthusiastic Young Volunteers Discouraged by Unemployment “The central question is likely to be whether Obama can turn out as many young people in this college-heavy state as he did in 2008. With massive 18-29 turnout, North Carolina looks doable for Obama. Without it,
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The $1 Billion Question: Can Obama Carry NC in 2012? The images in the campaign kickoff video disclose strategy

by johndavis, April 6, 2011

[audio:http://www.johndavisconsulting.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/April-6-1-Billion-Question.mp3|titles=April 6 Billion Question] “I don’t agree with Obama on everything, but I respect him and I trust him.” “Ed from North Carolina,” featured in President Obama’s re-election kickoff video, Monday, April 4, 2011 Obama’s 2012 Campaign Strategy Disclosed in Video Released Monday Shhhhhhhhhhh.  If you want to get the inside scoop on Obama’s 2012
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