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David Payne, partner with VOX Global, comments in ABC 7 – Washington DC about the latest polling that shows Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton in the November general election. “According to Republican strategist David Payne, some Republicans were holding out to see if a viable alternative to Trump emerged. After the Indiana ...

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David Payne, partner with VOX Global, comments in ABC 7 – Washington DC about the latest polling that shows Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton in the November general election.

“According to Republican strategist David Payne, some Republicans were holding out to see if a viable alternative to Trump emerged. After the Indiana primary, it was clear that one would not.

‘It’s formative polling,’ he said of the latest data. ‘It’s not definitive polling…What we’re seeing here is sentiments, we’re seeing sentiments solidify.'”

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David Payne, partner with VOX Global, comments in ABC 7 – Washington DC about the latest polling that shows Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton in the November general election. “According to Republican strategist David Payne, some Republicans were holding out to see if a viable alternative to Trump emerged. After the Indiana ...

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By: Allison Kopp, Jonathan Coffin, Maggie Kinnealey and Beth Parker A team from VOX Education recently joined more than 600 education journalists and experts at the Education Writers Association’s 69th Annual National Seminar held on the campus of Boston University. This year’s theme was “The Quest for Quality and Equity” and delved into a ...

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VOX Global’s David Payne comments in FoxNews.com about the stability of down-ballot incumbents during what has been portrayed as a cycle favoring political outsiders. “The year of the outside candidate is a neat, tidy package put out by the media to a certain extent… But it’s only part of the story. Look at all of the ...

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If you work for a major brand, then your marketing department is likely spending a fair amount of attention and money thinking about stars on YouTube, Instagram, Snapchat and other social media platforms. Influencer marketing is beyond a trend in marketing, and is now closer to a cliché. But, engaging digital influencers provides more ...

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Senate Races to Watch in 2016

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Control of the United States Senate is hanging in the balance and playing out in the shadows of the 2016 presidential race. When the new Senate convenes in January 2017, it will have to approve a slew of new nominations from the 45th president, including a highly coveted open seat on the Supreme Court, and also tackle an uncertain agenda put ...

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Engaging employees in your CSR program

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Employees are prime ambassadors for your brand and are critical messengers for what you stand for and what you do. As a result, actively incorporating them into your CSR programs is critical for ensuring success. Additionally, engaged employees are typically more productive, more likely to stay with their employer and more customer focused – ...

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Co-written by Alex Mitchell and Alex Schulz History has shown time and time again that there is no such thing as absolute security. Apple’s recent scuffle with the FBI, a weeks-long battle over unlocking the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers, seems to be offering society a not-so-subtle reminder of this valuable truth. It’s a ...

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VOX Global’s David Payne comments on FoxNews.com about the upcoming New York primary and Trump’s odds of winning the nomination “Cruz will be on familiar turf,” Payne said. “Consider that Cruz is likely to win a handful of the remaining winner-take-all states … coupled with proportional delegate wins for him and Kasich, this ...

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By: Melissa Lenker, Spring Intern, VOX Boston Image: Margaret Brett, Image Photo Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries on Earth. The country is plagued by numerous social, political, environmental and economic difficulties; a recent Human Rights Watch report suggests that nearly 20 million people are still drinking arsenic ...

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The GOP is headed for a floor fight in July

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David Payne comments for Washington, DC’s ABC-7 on the prohibitive likelihood that no GOP candidate will win 1,237 delegates. Cruz has a very narrow potential path to 1,237 delegates, what Payne described as the equivalent of “a mathematical meteor strike,” but he cannot pull it off with Kasich in the race. The Texas senator ...

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