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Category: Victory VOIP

Tennessee Republican Party - Victory VOIP

Posted By Victory Solutions
January 30, 2019 Category: Victory VOIP

The effectiveness of Victory VoIP phone banks - Tennessee 2012 and 2014 Background The effectiveness of volunteer phone banks in elections and campaigns is indisputable; they are used to identify preferences for issues and candidates as well as to persuade voters towards an issue or a candidate.  In the 2012 cycle, The Tennessee Republican Party utilized a a traditional victory center strategy, with physical locations across the state and a fairly large staff necessary to run the operation.  In the 2014 cycle, TNGOP implemented movebale phone banking technology from Victory VoIP, with just three main permanent locations in Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville and the remaining locations being moveable.  This strategy cost less overall, generated more voter contacts and provided an overall better result than in 2012. Comparison In 2012, TNGOP organized nine physical phone bank locations throughout the state.  Each incurred rent, utilities, staff, and other miscellaneous expenses.  Each location had 24 phones, though most went unused on any given day due to lack of volunteers. These phone banks required volunteers to travel to the specific locations, taking more time out of their day.  The overhead costs for the operation and the opportunity costs for the volunteers were on the rise.  In 2014, they switched from this traditional style of phone banking to Victory VoIP style.  With this new format, only three physical locations were organized

Conseco for U.S. Congress - TX 2010

Conseco for U.S. Congress   TX 2010

Posted By Victory Solutions
January 30, 2019 Category: Victory VOIP

Case Study Abstract – Francisco "Quico" Canseco Wins Primary Runoff with Victory VoIP – April 13, 2010. The Victory VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phone system has proven its ability to support pinpointed call strategies in congressional campaigns with a conservative electorate spread over an enormous geographic area. Its user-friendly technology empowered volunteers exceed specified voter contact goals in Francisco Canseco’s Texas Congressional primary win, especially during the run-off. In the March 2, 2010 five-candidate Republican primary,1 a total of 28,683 votes were cast; Francisco Canseco placed 2nd with 9,222 votes (32%), only 442 votes behind ex-CIA official Will Hurd, who narrowly led Canseco with 9,664 votes (33.7%). The lack of an outright majority winner among the five candidates triggered the April 13 runoff between Hurd and Canseco.2 1. Victory VoIP Played a Key Role in Enabling Francisco Cansecoto Harness Communication in a Vast Congressional District Perched along a majority of the state’s border with Mexico, just north of the Rio Grande, Texas’ 23rd congressional district is the largest district in the state and the 8th largest district in the U.S., covering most of West-Central Texas from San Antonio to El Paso (a 20-county district). Predominantly rural, Texas’ 23rd has no major urban areas other than the part of San Antonio (about 25% of the city), though it encompasses numerous county seats and severa

Scott Brown for U.S. Senate - MA 2010

Posted By Victory Solutions
January 30, 2019 Category: Victory VOIP

Case Study Victory VoIPTM Improved Volunteer Phone Banks and Quick Deployment Aided the Campaign’s Strong Momentum during Final Two Weeks With lackluster results early in the Brown Campaign, Victory VoIP’s superior technology was strategically deployed on a massive scale late in the Campaign and maximized the use of a volunteer groundswell. Abstract – Scott Brown Wins with Victory VoIP – January 19, 2010 The Victory VoIP (voice over internet protocol) phone bank system recently took another big step forward in meeting the communication needs of conservative political campaigns. Its user 10friendly technology empowered volunteers to achieve and exceed essential voter contact goals in the final weeks of Scott Brown’s dramatic Massachusetts Senate win. In the Brown Campaign, Victory VoIP’s strategic value emerged in four primary ways: 1. Victory VoIP Played a Key Role in Scott Brown’s Historic Campaign. Scott Brown’s January 19, 2010 bid for “the people’s seat” in Massachusetts was unprecedented, significant, and consequential for many reasons. All of America experienced the “Massachusetts Miracle,” and we are very pleased that Scott Brown’s Campaign deployed the Victory VoIP phone bank system to help win a U.S. Senate seat held by Democrats for over half a century (since January 1953 when John F. Kennedy was seated). How did Victory VoIP perform? It enabled the Brown campaign to take

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