Sep 20, 2016

3 Things to Consider in Planning Campaign Strategy Closer to November - Cygnal

As in any Presidential election year, a lot of noise is coming from the race at the top of the ballot. The prevailing notion is that the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump is having a greater impact on down-ballot races than any time before. Republicans worry about the drag Trump is having on …

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