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do the people who do voice overs for campaign ads support the political party they advertise?

Posted on May 15th, 2011 by admin1

People paid to campaign for some parties do not necessarily support the parties but only receives the pay because the ballots are not subject to verification.

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Would you like to have the backing of Obama? This guy really knows how to take care of his political friends?

Posted on April 26th, 2011 by admin1

Cash Crunch: Senate Dems Scale Back Ad Campaign in Pennsylvania According to a source in Pennsylvania who tracks television advertising by political campaigns, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee bought only $260,000 in TV ads this week in Pennsylvania–about a 50 percent drop from the $500,000 or more the DSCC has been spending on TV ads […]

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What can we do about covert persuasion?

Posted on April 13th, 2011 by admin1

Subliminal messaging is the flashing of words for a frame or two in the middle of a movie or show. It was outlawed in America, but it is an inaffective form of covert persuasion? There are many forms of covert persuasion that are very affective, including product placement, repitition, association, and a variatey of word […]

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Are churches allowed to contribute to a local/national Chamber of Commerce?

Posted on March 29th, 2011 by admin1

Since churches are non-profit organizations, they are not allowed to endorse or fund the campaign of a political candidate in the US. However, many churches are active members of their community’s Chamber of Commerce. With the recent Supreme Court ruling, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce & many community Chambers are very actively involved in campaign […]

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Why is it acceptable and legal for religions and politicians to campaign with lies but not anyone else?

Posted on March 16th, 2011 by admin1

There are laws regulating information presented in advertising but political advertising is specifically excluded from liability. When the church issues adverts through their registered "independent" political party, they are also exempted. They’re *not* the only ones. FOX "News" fought for and won, in court, the right to lie and call it "news." The Media Can […]

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How do we change the political system in America and give the power back to the people?

Posted on March 1st, 2011 by admin1

Here are my ideas. 1. Outlaw lobbyist, any public official found receiving any gift, monetary or other item, are immediately suspended from office, put on trial and if convicted, barred from any public office in the future, all funds or gifts are then surrendered and goes into the public coffers, and the individual will be […]

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Which of the following is NOT true of campaign ad dollars?

Posted on February 15th, 2011 by admin1

A) Television stations raise their ad rates at crunch campaign times. B) The campaign’s financial manager controls the costs of "TV ads. C) Television advertising makes up 70 percent of a campaign’s spending. D) The media benefit most from all of the money poured into political campaigns. B) The campaign’s financial manager controls the costs […]

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How did people in the 1790’s advertise their political campaign?

Posted on January 21st, 2011 by admin1

How did they get the message out to vote for them? They traveled and spoke to people. They wrote pamphlets that were widely distributed and read. They also used the newspapers. They did have printing presses back then you know… Basically, they did everything we do today… just not with TV and the internet…

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How much money is each Canadian political party allowed to spend for the on-going federal campaign?

Posted on December 21st, 2010 by admin1

money used for : – advertising themselves (newspaper, tv, radio, etc) basically money being spent that will benefit the party during the 5 weeks of campaigning for 2008 Less than Obama

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are there any good sites or articles that talk about how political campaigning has changed since early America?

Posted on December 7th, 2010 by admin1

i’m doing a paper and can find plenty of information on TV advertising starting around the 60’s, but any type of information on campaigning and advertising that is non-TV related from earlier than that is hard to find. any help would be great. thanks. I can tell you one great book. "What Happened" by Scott […]

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