Mike Dunleavy: A lesson in adapting to an ever-changing political landscape
i360 client and former State Senator, Mike Dunleavy, was facing a uniquely challenging electoral environment in the race for Alaska governor, running against two formidable opponents.
Matt Caldwell: The Texting Is The Difference
Facing what was rightly expected to be a tight Primary race with four competitive candidates, Matt Caldwell was up against opponents with bigger budgets and aggressive media plans.
Jim Reno for City Council
Jim Reno, the trusted 20-year City Council incumbent for Ward 6 of South Carolina’s 5th largest city, Rock Hill, needed to protect his seat from opponent Barrett Maners who offered residents change and a new perspective.
Marco Rubio: Up and Running in a Miami Minute
Rubio’s deputy campaign manager, Brian Swensen, had only 139 days to recruit, hire and train a statewide voter turnout operation while executing a modern day, data-driven campaign.
Electing Gianforte: Absentee Voting for the Win in Montana Special Election
On March 1, 2017, Ryan Zinke was sworn in as President Trump’s Secretary of the Interior, and the race to replace him as US Representative for Montana’s at-large congressional district began.
Arizona Grassroots Action & i360: A Strategic Partnership from Start to Finish
Arizona Grassroots Action was initially created in February of 2014 to help incumbent Senator, John McCain stave off threats from a competitive primary challenger.
Start Early, Win Big: How Portman Won Ohio
Right out of the gate, the Portman campaign knew it was going to be an uphill battle to victory with the first 2015 polls.
Securing the VA House
2015 was what they call an “off-off” election year in Virginia; a year in which there are no Federal or statewide elections.
i360 Reduced Voter Data Collection Costs by 30%
After the 2008 election, the business of politics changed and one thing was clear—data, both quantity and quality, would be the determinant in the result of the next election cycle.