Previous Writings

After the career with Senator Bayh, Bob Blaemire became a political consultant and was one of the very first people to provide computerized voter files in Democratic campaigns.  As a result of his work in the growing business of Big Data in Politics, he was often asked to contribute articles to various publications.

Campaigns And Elections American Style; Fourth Edition: Edited by James A. Thurber and Candice J. Nelson 2013 – chapter called “The Evolution of Microtargeting”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; March 2008 – “How To Manage Your Voter File”

Margin of Victory; How Technicians Help Politicians Win Elections: Nathaniel G. Pearlman, Editor 2012 – chapter called “An Explosion of Innovation: The Voter-Data Revolution”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; June 2004 – “Developing a Web-Based Voter File System” co-written with Bill Russell

Campaigns & Elections magazine; May/June 2013 – “The Evolution of the Voter File”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; June 2002 – “Voter Files: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; November 2001 – “Database Management: One Size Does Not Fit All”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; June 1996 – “License To Steal”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; March 1995 – “Cost-Effective Voter Contact”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; April/May 1993 – “The Permanent Campaign”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; October/November 1991 – “Targeting: Before You Start Trying To Persuade, Figure Out Who You’re Talking To”

Campaigns & Elections magazine; August 1987 – “The Party As Consultant”

Winning Campaigns magazine; Vol 4. No. 6, “Know How to Use On-Line Voter File System But You Also Must Remember It’s Just a Tool,”

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