“A clear campaign position emerged from the Democratic National Convention,” Jill Alper recounts in a special column this past Sunday in the Detroit Free Press. “The message is that President Obama is fighting for everyday people who work hard and play by the rules, in contrast to Mitt Romney, who will fight for corporate special interests.” You can read the full column here.
“When we gavel down, both parties will have laid the framework for the general election, and the game will truly be on for what will be the most targeted, expensive and technologically-driven election in modern history,” Democratic Strategist Jill Alper relates in her column this week in the Detroit Free Press from the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. Click here to read the full piece.
Other notable highlights from the Democratic National Convention include remarks delivered by UAW President Bob King on Wednesday and former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm on Thursday touting the Obama Administration rescue of the American auto industry. You can click here to watch Bob King and here for Governor Granholm’s speech.
DSG associate Brandon Hynes, pictured on the front page of the Detroit News, basks in victory and celebrates as the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) millage passed earlier this month. DSG congratulates the DIA and the DSGMedia team on their victory.
Earlier this month, Metro Detroit passed a millage securing funding to keep the doors of the Detroit Institute of Arts open.
“I am tired and I am anxious but I feel really peaceful about where we are,” said DIA chief operating office Annmarie Erickson in the Detroit News this morning. “I think we ran a good campaign.”
The Dewey Square Group and DSGMedia congratulate the Detroit Institute of Arts and Art is for Everyone on their victory and a well-run campaign. Click here to watch the campaign spots. You can find additional coverage of the DIA millage here.
“An interesting thing about polls is how they can make or break a candidacy. It is critical to have a strategy to create momentum using ‘clips, polls, and cash on hand,’” notes Democratic Strategist Jill Alper in a Detroit Free Press column last Sunday. “A candidate has to show momentum in all three of these categories in order to be taken seriously by organizations for endorsements and by donors for support.” Click here to read the full column.