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Election Eve Analysis

‘Tis the day before the most expensive (and, possibly, most bitter) mid-term election in American history.  To borrow a phrase, in 36 hours “our long national nightmare” will be over (actually an even longer nightmare – the campaigns for 2020 – has already started).

Wave Election Forecasting

Honored to participate recently at the National Archives forum on wave elections hosted by the U.S.Association of Former Members of Congress.  The discussion can be viewed on YouTube or on C-SPAN’s website. In projecting the outlook for this year’s midterms, I observed that, looking back on the last 13 non-presidential election years, when the president’s approval […]

Crisis Preparedness: Eight Lessons Learned

Every situation and every client is unique, but there are some basic Crisis Management lessons we have learned over the years: Everything will become public. Staying under the radar is not an option. Issues move through organizations/communities/globe in an instant. The volatility of the political and economic environment has magnified the severity and importance of […]