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May 2021 – COMPETE Staffs Up

COMPETE Announces 3 Key New Hires, Including New Partner and Director of Fundraising Jamison Doran. After an incredible 2020, COMPETE has kicked off 2021 in even stronger fashion and we have some exciting staffing announcements. We welcomed Jamison Doran on board in March as our newest Partner, and our first ever Director of Digital Fundraising. Jamison led

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Fresh polling from 3 swing states shows Biden poised for win

FrederickPolls, COMPETE, and AMM Political Strategies have released fresh Presidential endgame polling from the 3 most important swing states, which shows Joe Biden poised for a big Electoral College win.  Our total sample of 2,323 respondents has Biden leading Donald Trump in Pennsylvania (Biden +4), Florida (Biden +2), and North Carolina (Biden +2).     PDF

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COMPETE Launches a New Website!

Since we launched COMPETE in January of 2019, I’ve made the case to a lot of different people that COMPETE can help them better harness the internet to win their election or pass their legislation.  Whenever folks would ask me for more information about COMPETE, I was hesitant to direct them to our “starter” website. 

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Digital Works – Using Limited Budgets to Win Votes Online

We submitted an application for a CampaignTech award, in the category of “Most Effective Online Targeting – Federal Campaign”. Below is what we included in the submission. Give us the background/context of your entry:  6 weeks before the 2018 Primary election, Andrew Learned, a Democrat running for Congress in Florida’s 15th district, was well behind his opponent

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COMPETE named approved vendor of DCCC

We’re excited to announce that COMPETE has been chosen as a approved vendor by the DCCC! Founded in January 2019, we couldn’t be more thrilled about the DCCC’s openness to working with a brand new provider like us. Most members of COMPETE’s team were volunteers or staff on 2018 Congressional swing races who saw an

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