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Zoom or bust: Some Montana candidates turn to virtual meeting platform to campaign.  Bozeman Chronicle.  September 27.  Quoted in article.

Washington’s candidates for governor not spending as much money this election.  KXLY Television (Spokane).  September 25.  Interviewed in television story.

As election day approaches, presidential campaigns adjust their ad messaging.  WFTV Television (Orlando).  September 21.  Interviewed in television story.

Pandemic takes starring role in campaign ads.  The Hill.  August 15.  Quoted in article.

Riots. Radicalism. Corruption. Trump and Biden supporters turn to apocalyptic themes in campaign ad wars.  USA Today.  August 1.  Quoted in article.

Trump Tailors Conflicting Ads to Black, White Audiences on Biden.  Bloomberg.  July 29.  Quoted in article.

Homebound Viewers Blitzed With Election 2020 Coronavirus Ads.  Bloomberg News.  May 29.  Quoted in article.

OPINION: Don’t rely on opinion programs for your news.  Daily Evergreen.  April 29.  Quoted in opinion piece.

Economic fallout threatens Washington momentum to counter climate change.  Washington Examiner.  April 1.  Quoted in article.

WSU reminds employees rules regarding political activity.  Daily Evergreen.  March 13.  Quoted in article.

Ahead Of Super Tuesday, Bloomberg Has Spent Millions On TV Ads In Colorado. Others Have Spent Nothing.  February 21.  Quoted in article.

Engaging our statewide community.  WSU News.  February 17.

Bloomberg’s Instagram meme ad campaign is backfiring.  February 14.


Almost all of Trump’s TV campaign ads discuss impeachment: report.  Reuters.  December 19.  Quoted in article.

Millions of political ad dollars fuel Trump impeachment fight.  December 19.  Quoted in article.

The digital election: How social media is reshaping UK democracy.  BBC World Service.  December 7. Featured in radio documentary on UK election.