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Rubio: Up and Running in a Miami Minute

July 11, 2017 Rubio’s deputy campaign manager, Brian Swensen, had only 139 days to recruit, hire and train a statewide voter turnout operation while executing a modern day, data-driven campaign.

Electing Gianforte: ABEV for the Win in Montana Special Election

June 14, 2017 On March 1, 2017, Ryan Zinke was sworn in as President Trump’s Secretary of the Interior, and the race to replace him as US Representative for Montana’s at-large congressional district began.

AGA and i360: A Strategic Partnership from Start to Finish

June 5, 2017 Arizona Grassroots Action was initially created in February of 2014 to help incumbent Senator, John McCain stave off threats from a competitive primary challenger. Facing an uneasy electorate, AGA knew its best chance at success was to rely heavily on data to identify and target the right voters from…

i360 broadens reach and stays precise with programmatic buying

April 7, 2017 Founded in 2009, data firm i360 provides data analytics, grassroots technology and digital marketing guidance to organizations within the free market political advocacy space. “We have a simple goal: empowering our clients through data and technology,” says Brian Presher, Director of Digital Marketing at i360. “We help clients get the most from their outreach efforts

Start Early, Win Big: How Portman Won Ohio

March 7, 2017 The Portman campaign didn’t waste any time, signing on with i360 in early February, 2015. Together, i360 and the campaign strategized a plan to execute one of the most custom-targeted, integrated campaigns to date with a focus on getting the right message to the right voter wherever that might be.

Securing the VA House

June 2, 2016 2015 was what they call an “off-off” election year in Virginia; a year in which there are no Federal or statewide elections, yet all 100 seats in the House of Delegates and 40 seats in the State Senate are on the ballot. Historically in a 4-year election cycle, the off-off years result in the lowest…

Winning Alaska: Electing Senator Dan Sullivan

April 5, 2016 In the most expensive race per-capita in the nation, Republican Dan Sullivan sought to unseat incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Begich in the midterm election of 2014. To get there, the campaign had two challenging races ahead of them. First, they must win the competitive three-way primary against the popular Lt. Governor and the 2010 GOP…

i360 Reduced Voter Data Collection Costs by 30%

September 3, 2015 With political elections on the line, i360 provides timely, data-driven insights that scale to the needs of any client i-360.com Background After the 2008 election, the business of politics changed and one thing was clear – data, both quantity and quality, would be the determinant in the result of the next election cycle