Earlier this month, James Risen and Eric Lichtblau of The New York Times wrote something truly astonishing. That it came in the liberal-leaning Times may be the reason not enough conservatives took notice. Read it. Then read it again. (Emphasis added.) “In Virginia, a telecommunications consultant reported, Verizon had set up a dedicated fiber-optic line […]
A fantastic write up in C&E this month by strategist Jason Powers looks at the 2010 and 2012 Republican Primaries in the state of Utah. WPA was proud to have a hand in the victories of both Senators Lee and Hatch.
In 1759, Benjamin Franklin wrote in his Historical Review of Pennsylvania, “They that give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” Since 9-11 and the Patriot Act, politicians and pundits have batted Old Ben’s quotation back and forth so much that we risk it becoming a cliché. Today, […]
Congratulations to WPA Partner Chris Perkins on being selected as a “40 Under 40″ award winner by Maverick PAC. Check out the full list here. Politics Jesse Adams, Republican Lieutenant Governors Association, Washington, DC Karin Agness, Network of Enlightened Women, Washington, DC Josh Cooper, NG Strategies, Florida Glen Gilzean, Step Up for Students, Florida Ashley […]
WPA CEO Chris Wilson is proud to be the official campaign pollster of Matt Whitaker in his bid to be the next Senator from the great state of Iowa. Below is an excerpt from the article highlighting his team on Roll Call. You can read the entire article here. Republican Matt Whitaker has a full […]
Having spent several hours over the past week immersed in ALEC’s Rich States, Poor States, followed by polling from corresponding red and blue states, I felt it necessary now to convey senses of both obligation and urgency to Republicans as a party, and to elected Republican governors. WPA has represented our fair share of the […]
The Real Clear Politics average of congressional job approval polls from April 24—May 27, 2013 paints an unpopular picture of America’s legislative branch, with just 15% of Americans saying they approve of the job Congress is doing, to 74.6% saying they disapprove. Following the disastrous 2012 and 2014 elections, in which Republicans, by and […]