The Yes for PSU campaign was motivated by a need to increase funding to better support its students and solve some major problems at the university. For example, at PSU, one in three students drops out due to the cost of tuition, there are extremely high student to advisor ratios (547:1) and over the past… Read more »
Google, Yahoo and other email providers have started blocking emails that aren’t authenticated. What does that mean for you? Well, depends. If you purely receive emails, this is a good thing as it will crack down on phishing and spam. But it will make running vital email programs for campaigns more difficult, because if it… Read more »
One week ago I left for a leadership summit. I was excited, eager, nervous… But, mostly, I was scared. I was just about to fly out to represent Winning Mark at a Leadership Summit for women entrepreneurs and leaders in the cannabis industry. I know! It sounds cool. And it was cool. I got to… Read more »
Joel Middleton, of UC Berkeley, and Todd Rogers, at the Harvard Kennedy School, evaluated the effectiveness of the nonprofit “Our Oregon” and our groundbreaking work on voter guides to sway voters on 10 ballot initiatives in the 2008 election in Oregon. This study shows that not only can ballot-initiative campaigns influence an individual citizen’s vote on a… Read more »
#whywefight ・・・ Finally same sex marriage is legal in all 50 states! ❤️????#lovewins #loveislove #nycpride #throwback #marriageequality
We’ve come a long way in 28 years. A majority of states have legal same-sex marriages, and this month the Supreme Court may extend the right to marry to all couples. We’re happy to be fighting on the right side of history.
During the hustle and bustle of the 2014 election, we had the privilege of working on something a little less political with Lutheran World Relief. LWR provides outstanding relief services and programs all across the world. Just one of those programs is their “Ground Up” Coffee & Cocoa Initiative. LWR gave us the opportunity to… Read more »
In this video for a new section on the Earl Blumenauer for Congress campaign’s “priorities” page we wanted to highlight how the Congressman’s leadership has helped make Portland into the city it is today and to ask what’s next for the district?
Tonight there will be a big event and concert featuring Pink Martini to commemorate Earl Blumenauer’s 40 years of public service as a community activist, State Representative, County and City Commissioner and U.S. Congressman. Over that time, Earl’s ideas and leadership have helped transform the way we live. Winning Mark is proud to have worked… Read more »