A data technology boom over the past 15 years has shaped how campaigns use technology to source, distribute and leverage voter data.
2008: Obama revolutionized the data campaign, and the GOP took notice: Obama’s 2008 campaign victory is largely attributed to its in-house data and analytics team.
The campaign used Strategic Telemetry to match voter file data with publicly available consumer data from the census and voter registration files.
Why it matters: After the 2016 presidential election, both Republicans and Democrats are evaluating their past digital performance and strategizing for upcoming races.
In response to their loss, Democrats began to model their online toolset off of Team Leader to prepare for 2006 midterms.
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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai visits Cleveland Clinic to see telemedicine
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai visited the Cleveland Clinic Thursday to learn more about distance health and telemedicine, such as using a mobile app for a remote doctor’s visit.
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Seeing the doctor could increasingly have more to do with clicking on a mobile app than visiting a medical office.
The FCC chairman said broadband access could have improved such medical visits for both doctor and patient.
He learned about Cleveland Clinic’s mobile app, through which patients can get diagnosed and receive prescriptions.
This includes expansion to the many rural areas that still don’t have broadband access.
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