Guide to Using the Delaware Campaign Database
Winning campaigns in Delaware does not happen by accident. Well informed campaign managers have indulged in as much scientific planning as possible. One of the key elements is the Delaware Campaign Database.
What are Delaware Voter Lists?
A voters list is simply listings of the names, addresses, and party affiliations of everyone who is registered to vote in a certain voting district. In the old days, these were printed lists but today the information is compiled into the organized and searchable Delaware Campaign Database.
Once the basic Delaware voters list is enhanced with additional data it will become an invaluable resource for your Delaware Campaign. The Delaware Campaign Database includes email addresses and phone numbers as well as cell phone numbers, which can be used for calling or text messaging.
Other data enhancements of the Delaware Campaign Database include birth dates, gender, ethnicity, geo-location, and other demographics.
Finding the Right Delaware Voter Lists
Every Delaware candidate for office should be able to get their hands on the basic voter lists from the Delaware secretary of state’s office or from your local elections board. The quantity and quality of data you receive will depend on where you are running for office.
If you are running as a major party candidate in Delaware then the local party may have lists for you, which are often an enhanced version of the publically available list.
Free is great but as the old adage goes – you get what you pay for (especially in Delaware). The publically available Delaware data is good if all you need is names and addresses of registered voters. That was the way just a hand full of years ago but today you need more. You need email addresses, cell phone numbers and even fax numbers for local businesses. Today’s campaigns require expansive data covering the full spectrum of your district.
The Delaware Campaign Database is made up from detailed data coming from four different datasets. Think of it as a sturdy four-legged stool.
The first leg of the Delaware Campaign Database is voter data. The US Voters Database containing detailed information on over 99 Million voters.
The second leg of the Delaware Campaign Database comes from our Exclusive Private Consumer database. These are the residents of your communities. Our Private US Consumer database contains over 287 Million consumers records. This data includes name, email addresses, phone numbers, birthdates, gender, ethnicity and other demographic information.
The third leg of the Delaware Campaign Database comes from our Exclusive Private Cell Phone database (Call or Text). We now have over 266 Million Cell Phone records including name, address, cell phone number, SMS email and other demographic information. Do not believe those who say that you cannot buy Delaware cell phone records – what they are saying is that they do not have them to sell to you.
Finally the fourth leg of the Delaware Campaign Database comes from our Exclusive Private US Business database. Our Business database contains over 331 Million Business records which include executive name, email, position, company name, address, phone, fax and other demographics.
In short, the Delaware Campaign Database is the richest, most comprehensive collection of marketing data available on the market today at any price.
Managing Your Delaware Voter Lists
The Delaware Campaign Database is easy to handle. All records are delivered in electronic form in the standard CSV file format.
Adding information to the Delaware Campaign Database is a breeze. If you choose you can keep track of who supports you and who doesn’t, or who cares about what issues etc. This information will definitely come in handy during your re-election campaign in your next election cycle.
Using Your Delaware Voter Lists
Throughout your campaign, you will use your Delaware Campaign Database for a multitude of purposes. Rally volunteers, supporters, contributors and event participants. Get the word out on important topics and get people talking. Truly connect with your community.
Here’s some fun and good news in Delaware:
Attraction or repulsion? New method predicts interaction energy of large molecules
Krzysztof Szalewicz, professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Delaware, and Rafal Podeszwa of the University of Silesia Institute of Chemistry in Poland have developed and validated a more accurate method for predicting the interaction energy of large molecules, such as biomolecules used to develop new drugs.
The research is reported as a communication in the April 27 issue of the Journal of Chemical Physics, which is the most highly cited journal in atomic, molecular and chemical physics according to Thomson Reuters. The journal is published by the American Institute of Physics. Despite appearing at the end of April, the paper was on the list of the 20 most-read articles in JCP for that month.
If you think of two molecules as a couple on a blind date, the UD method more accurately predicts their potential for attraction or repulsion. Such interactions are known as van der Waals forces after the Dutch physicist who defined them and won the 1910 Nobel Prize in physics.
The UD method is expected to enhance existing theory by enabling scientists to more accurately calculate the energy of the van der Waals interactions between molecules located several angstroms apart, which is about one-millionth of the width of a human hair. Existing theory applicable to large molecules can model such interactions within only about one angstrom.
Szalewicz says the UD method of calculating the correlation between the motions of electrons in van der Waals clusters — technically referred to as the "dispersionless density functional plus dispersion method (dlDF+D)" — generates more accurate predictions for the interactions of large molecules than any other published approach. It is expected to have application in computational studies of clusters and condensed phases of matter, which include solids and liquids.
Szalewicz notes that some pharmaceutical companies, particularly in Europe, have established computational groups to predict various properties of drug molecules, in particular, the abilities of drugs to form different crystallographic structures called polymorphs.
Even the simplest drugs, such as Tylenol, have several polymorphs. If a different polymorph of a drug is crystallized in the production phase than the one intended, the therapeutic properties of this polymorph may be different and its application may even result in the death of patients, he says. The defense industry also increasingly is relying on computers to predict the properties of novel materials, such as bulletproof body armor.
"Better prediction of the properties of matter using computers is important to technological progress," Szalewicz says. "Better software and computers can give you a little edge in investigating nature."
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