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Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch
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BY Carolyn Grisko

November 20, 2020

Public Affairs

As we wait for the current resident of the White House to understand that he’s lost his lease, let’s turn to local politics, where it’s much easier for voters to have some influence. Many words have been written about why 55% of Illinois voters said no to an income tax amendment designed to increase taxes […]

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BY Carolyn Grisko

November 20, 2020

Public Affairs

Who’s Bucking the Norms of Campaign Advertising
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BY Jared Lyons

October 23, 2020

Public Affairs Marketing

While this election cycle has been anything but usual, the campaign advertising from both the Biden and Trump camps hasn’t proven particularly revolutionary. Both are capitalizing on tired tropes: Biden on hope for a brighter tomorrow and Trump on fear of losing his version of the American dream. And of course, attempts at hipness to […]

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BY Jared Lyons

October 23, 2020

Public Affairs Marketing

Getting Out The Vote!
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BY Terri Cornelius

October 15, 2020

Grisko Culture Public Affairs

Voter mobilization is kicking into high gear with only 19 days and counting until the election. Along with the efforts of grass roots organizations like Vote Forward, the Get Out the Vote (GOTV) movement has pulled in corporations, celebrities and social media platforms, all pushing people to the polls. And it seems to be working. […]

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BY Terri Cornelius

October 15, 2020

Grisko Culture Public Affairs

Prosecution, Pivots, and Plexiglass – A Communicator’s Closing Statement on the VP Debate

BY Tanner Edwards

October 8, 2020

Public Affairs

Conventional wisdom may say that VP debates don’t really move the needle, but I’d argue Wednesday night’s event in Salt Lake City was more potent than the usual undercard event – particularly for the communications-minded viewers who tuned in. Of course, Twitter may long remember October 7 as the “eye and the fly” debate. And […]

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BY Tanner Edwards

October 8, 2020

Public Affairs

Globally, It’s Not Debatable
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BY Carolyn Grisko

October 2, 2020

Public Affairs

After watching what we’re generously calling the first presidential debate of Campaign 2020, my first instinct was to analyze it as though it was an actual debate. I tried to determine each candidate’s strategy and how well they executed it. You know: President Trump was intent on throwing Joe Biden off his game and goading […]

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BY Carolyn Grisko

October 2, 2020

Public Affairs

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