Sasha Issenberg

Sasha Issenberg is the author of The Victory Lab about the new science of political campaigns.

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Nov. 7 2012 12:06 PMA Vast Left-Wing CompetencyHow Democrats became the party of effective campaigning—and why the GOP isn’t catching up anytime soon.
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Nov. 6 2012 3:22 PMYou Know Who Else Had Good Ballot Position?   
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Nov. 6 2012 11:55 AMBig Labor's New Burglar Alarm for Election Fraud
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Nov. 3 2012 10:38 AMCan the Campaigns Who Bombard You With Direct Mail Learn Anything from Beer-Bottle Design?
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Nov. 1 2012 9:33 AMOur Next Long National Nightmare: A North Dakota Recount
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Oct. 30 2012 1:15 PMRalph Reed Explains Why His Targets Include Partisan Democrats
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Oct. 29 2012 12:54 PMObama Does It BetterWhen it comes to targeting and persuading voters, the Democrats have a bigger advantage over the GOP than either party has ever had in the modern campaign era.
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Oct. 2 2012 9:24 AMFacebook Finally Becomes a Place To Win Votes
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Sept. 28 2012 9:38 AMMan Microtargets for Food, But Sometimes There Must Be a Beverage
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Sept. 27 2012 9:15 AMThe Consulting Specialty Which Must Not Be Named
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Sept. 21 2012 6:43 PMWhy Democrats Think Anti-Romney Ads Work Better in Spanish
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Sept. 18 2012 4:21 PMWhy Journalists Should Be Forced to Work on Campaigns
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Sept. 18 2012 10:44 AMCan Crowdsourcing Its Politics Help Big Labor Keep Its Influence?
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Sept. 13 2012 12:34 PMLet’s Get You a LicenseHow Democratic operatives are working to ensure that likely Obama voters in Pennsylvania have proper ID by November.
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Sept. 10 2012 11:00 AMIf Obama Is Bouncing, Which Voters Are Moving?
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Nov. 6 2012 8:19 PMElection Day DispatchesHas the Romney blame game already begun?
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Nov. 6 2012 12:36 PMElection Day DispatchesWhy no Democrat is worried about losing Pennsylvania.
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Nov. 5 2012 10:10 AMWhy Obama Is Better at Getting Out the VoteLots of door-knocking—and years of statistical analysis.
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Nov. 1 2012 7:02 PMORCA vs. Gordon, a Battle of Election-Day Poll-Monitoring Systems
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Oct. 31 2012 11:10 AMThe "Voter Report Card" MoveOn Hopes Will Shame Slackers
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Oct. 30 2012 8:39 AMWhy Obama Trusts Volunteers To Deliver His Focus-Grouped Messages
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Oct. 3 2012 7:00 PMAre You Going To Vote? Do You Promise?The Obama campaign’s secret for getting voters to the polls.
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Oct. 1 2012 7:04 AMCould Voter ID Laws Actually Help Democrats By Motivating Disinterested Voters?
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Sept. 28 2012 8:15 AMDon’t Let Them Disenfranchise YouCan Democratic organizers use voter ID laws to mobilize outraged supporters?
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Sept. 27 2012 8:07 AMBig Labor Tries To Make Online Ads Work for Outrage
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Sept. 21 2012 6:45 AMWho Can Pull the Plug on the Romney Campaign?
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Sept. 18 2012 12:50 PMStuff Some Envelopes, Then Ask QuestionsReporters should have to volunteer for a campaign before covering one.
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Sept. 17 2012 7:53 PMWhat Would Mitt Romney the Management Consultant Think About the Way Mitt Romney Hires Political Consultants?
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Sept. 12 2012 6:08 PMThe RNC's Phony "Ground Game" Video
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Sept. 6 2012 10:51 PMDispatches From the Democratic National ConventionThe Democrats know how to put on a better convention.

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Sept. 30 2014 7:35 PM Who Owns Scrabble’s Word List? Hasbro says the list of playable words belongs to the company. Players beg to differ.
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Sept. 30 2014 3:21 PM Meet Jordan Weissmann Five questions with Slate’s senior business and economics correspondent.
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Sept. 30 2014 5:54 PM Goodbye, Tough Guy It’s time for Michigan to fire its toughness-obsessed coach, Brady Hoke.