2018 Election
Why Your Vote Matters
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BY Carolyn Grisko

November 1, 2018

Grisko Culture Public Affairs

Since public affairs is a core service we offer at Grisko, we spend a lot of time thinking about how to win hearts and minds. Public affairs, broadly defined, takes a political campaign approach to win approval of, or try to stop, a matter of policy. We develop and test messages, form coalitions, raise awareness […]

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BY Carolyn Grisko

November 1, 2018

Grisko Culture Public Affairs

Door knock
Notes from the Field (Organizer)

BY Tanner Edwards

October 17, 2018

Community Outreach Public Affairs

About a month from now, America will vote in the high-stakes 2018 midterm elections. If you have turned on a TV recently, you know that campaigns are working hard to grab your attention and earn your vote. Five years ago, before my days at Grisko, I was a part of that great American voter outreach […]

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BY Tanner Edwards

October 17, 2018

Community Outreach Public Affairs

Connect with Your Audience
To Connect With Your Audience—Be Yourself

BY Michael Golden

October 9, 2018

Community Outreach Public Affairs Public Relations

It was 2004, and the former Vice President, Al Gore, had flown into St. Joseph, Missouri to rally the troops on behalf of the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee, John Kerry. At the time, I was Kerry’s Communications Director in the Show Me State and had prepared a speech for him. While I had never met […]

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BY Michael Golden

October 9, 2018

Community Outreach Public Affairs Public Relations

Digital Cleaning
“It’s Not Who I Am Now”
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BY Terri Cornelius

October 2, 2018

Public Relations

How many times have we heard that from a high-profile celebrity, athlete, politician or CEO after they were “blindsided” by their own social media histories? Among the recent: White Sox pitcher Michael Kopech who was beaned on Twitter when digital diggers excavated homophobic and racist tweets sent by the sports star when he was 17. […]

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BY Terri Cornelius

October 2, 2018

Public Relations

New York Times Poll
Gender Gap, Illustrated
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BY Carolyn Grisko

September 28, 2018

Public Affairs

The offending tweet deleted yesterday by the New York Times was an instant opinion poll gauging sentiment on Christine Blasey Ford’s credibility. Gender gap. Illustrated. You don’t have to be a committed feminist to see what unfolded in the hearing room yesterday as confirmation that #MeToo or not, the people in power in this country […]

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BY Carolyn Grisko

September 28, 2018

Public Affairs

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