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This originally appeared in Real Clear Defense on July 27, 2016. The two great oceans that have for almost three centuries protected the United States from its adversaries’ use of “hard power,” or the ability to conduct kinetic military operations against our interests, have less meaning in a world where these same enemies can now expose our ...

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This originally appeared in Real Clear Defense on July 27, 2016. The two great oceans that have for almost three centuries protected the United States from its adversaries’ use of “hard power,” or the ability to conduct kinetic military operations against our interests, have less meaning in a world where these same enemies can now expose our ...

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This originally appeared in PRWeek on July 26, 2016.  The theme for the opening night of the 2016 Democratic Convention was United Together, and the headliner for the evening was Vermont senator and former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. His speech was the anchor of the night, and his message was central to the Democrats’ ability to ...

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Corporations, non-profits and non-governmental organizations of all types find interesting ways to advance their policy goals during political conventions.  John Dunagan, co-chair of VOX’s Grassroots practice group, took time during the Republican convention in Cleveland to speak with Derek Gianino, Director of Strategic Initiatives at ...

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How Mike Pence Did Obamacare

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By Jonathan Coffin and Emily Brelage, VOX Indianapolis It’s official. Donald Trump has named Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate. And the race to dive into his record – on Capitol Hill or at the Statehouse – is well underway. Coverage thus far has focused on the Governor’s close relationship with religious conservatives, which led him ...

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I am an alternate delegate for the DC Delegation at the Republican National Convention. The energy in Cleveland is tantalizing. I wasn’t a political person. Never really have been. But when you move to DC, you’re in it. You learn to be. I not only learned to be, but I enjoyed it. My experience and passion came from the grassroots ...

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ST. LOUIS/WASHINGTON, D.C., July 12, 2016 – Today, FleishmanHillard (FH) appointed Kris Balderston to the role of President, Global Public Affairs and Strategic Engagement and named Robert Hoopes General Manager of FH Washington, D.C., in addition to his duties as President of VOX Global. “Our Washington, D.C., operation has long been the ...

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Did you miss the Public Affairs Council webinar on Influencer Engagement?  No worries, back by popular demand, James Baril will conduct a webinar for PRSA on July 26th.  He will talk about how organizations can identify the digital influencers that will best support their campaign, and the methods for engagement. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER If you ...

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Co-written by Alexander Schulz The Democratic National Committee. The Clinton Foundation. The Center for American Progress. Within the past month, we’ve learned that an organization need not be a government agency safeguarding state secrets, a financial institution possessing bountiful accounts, or a hospital system willing to pay ransom for ...

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“David Payne, a Republican strategist and partner at Washington, D.C.-based VOX Global, said enlisting Pence as running mate would be a ‘coup for the Trump campaign.’ In addition to nearly four years as governor, Pence proved to be a skilled legislator and fundraiser during 12 years in the U.S. House, Payne said, including ...

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VOX Global partner David Payne comments in The Hill about the upcoming announcement of Donald Trump’s selection for Vice President. “Trump desperately needs to turn the campaign narrative around in his favor or at least change the current focus on his falling poll numbers, lack of fundraising and general inability to project ...

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