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Victory Enterprises earns Pollies in Missouri, Iowa

Victory Enterprises earns Pollies in Missouri, Iowa

Victory Enterprises brings home “Pollie Awards” for 2016 Digital and Mail Efforts Davenport, IA. – National political, communications and technology firm Victory Enterprises (VE) received two prestigious Pollie Awards at the American Association of Political Consultants Awards in Huntington Beach, California. “These awards are further proof of the banner year the Victory Enterprises team had in 2016,”

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TWMP: Speaker Todd Richardson and right-to-work

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, House Speaker Todd Richardson stops by the program to discuss a busy legislative week in Jefferson City. They discuss right-to-work passing through the Senate and how quickly it will go through the House, and the possibility it could get on Gov. Eric Greitens’ desk by Friday.

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Even the smartest politicians have missteps every now and then

To be clear, I think that Jason Kander is one of the smartest politicians in the state. He seems to have an instinct about where the Democratic Party is going. He may have the best political instincts in the state. However, his performance last week should comfort every other politician in Missouri that even the

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TWMP: The St. Louis Blues’ Chris Zimmerman, Speaker Richardson and Right-to-Work

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, Chris Zimmerman, the president and CEO of the St. Louis Blues comes by the studio to discuss the success of the Winter Classic and the team’s hopes of renovating the Scottrade Center to remain competitive with other stadiums across the country. “We have generated well over

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Campaigns use social media platforms new and old

Social media has been an important part of campaigning for almost a decade now, but campaigns are learning they must constantly adapt. While some utilize new platforms like Snapchat, others dive deeper into more traditional tools like Facebook and Twitter. Ultimately, campaigns must use what works best for the candidate and most likely a multi-platform

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TWMP: Republican secretary of state candidates debate

This Week in Missouri Politics is hosting a statewide office primary debate for the second week in a row. Host Scott Faughn speaks with both of the Republican candidates for secretary of state. Jay Ashcroft and Sen. Will Kraus speak about why they want to become the secretary of state, election issues they would encounter as the chief

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Charlie Puyear joins Victory Digital

ST. LOUIS – Touting his “extensive political and legislative knowledge,” Victory Digital has announced the hiring of Charlie Puyear as its newest digital campaign manager. The move was announced in a news release Tuesday by Victory Digital, a division of Victory Enterprises. “Charlie’s extensive political and legislative knowledge will help our team continue providing cutting edge digital strategies that

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TWMP: Donald Trump, paycheck protection and photo voter ID

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, host Scott Faughn launches straight into the opinion maker panel featuring Jeff Mazur, the director of public partnerships at Launchcode; Joe Lakin of Victory Enterprises; former state Sen. Jason Crowell; and Rep. Bob Burns, D-St. Louis. They talk about the ascension of Donald Trump to the Republican

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30 Under 30

No legislators, no journalists, the 2016 30 Under 30 is compiled of staff from firms, companies, offices and departments gaining experience to shape the next generation of politics. Anne Schweitzer Senior Associate with Public Eye STL @Schweitzer88 Schweitzer is one of the top political professionals in St. Louis who has also recently worked with Hillary

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100+ List: Part 6

We have compiled our 2015 list of the 100+ people in the Missouri public policy process you need to know. A few changes have been made this year – media and legislative staff are not included, unless they were engaged as a campaign consultant as well. By no means is this the complete list, and

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