Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Republican National Committee to share data with 2016 campaigns

The Republican National Committee has signed data-sharing agreements with the leading GOP presidential campaigns, providing these entities access to the party's voter file and digital analytics clearinghouse.
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WASHINGTON – Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus   announced on May 7th the RNC has entered into data agreements with: 
American Future Project, 
Carly for President, 
Cruz for President, 
Leadership Matters for America, 
Our American Revival, 
Patriot Voices, 
Reclaim America, 
RickPAC, and Right to Rise. 
These agreements will provide PACs and campaigns with access to the RNC’s unrivaled voter data warehouse to maximize the effectiveness of their voter files and to help these organizations achieve their goals while providing the RNC with enhanced data in return.  The RNC will continue to work with official and prospective candidates, campaigns, and organizations to ensure all Republicans seeking the White House are able to maximize their use of top-notch data.

“The 2016 election will be a data-driven campaign cycle, and I am enthusiastic about the possibilities these agreements provide,” said Chairman Priebus. “These list exchanges will allow the RNC to benefit from enhancements made by these PACs and campaigns so that the RNC, the eventual presidential nominee, and Republican candidates up and down the ticket will have an even more robust data for use in the general election.

“By committing to this plan for enhanced data, we can ensure that the party will be prepared to target and turn out voters in the general election with the most complete and up-to-date voter file. We know that voters do not want another four years of Obama-Clinton policies, and this unprecedented data exchange will allow us to win the White House in 2016.”