Campaigns and Initiatives

Understanding Voters to Succeed in Your Ballot Initiative Campaign

When facing or taking an issue directly to the community through a ballot initiative or referendum, it is critical to understand the voters and the political environment in which you are operating. Fallon Research & Communications, Inc. can help your campaign team understand:

With the amount of issues and candidates on the ballot each year and the cost of campaigns rising, it is essential to maximize resources by using only the most efficacious themes and directing them to the segments of the public who will be most receptive, which is why Fallon Research & Communications, Inc. will work to understand your needs and campaign goals.

Fallon Research & Communications, Inc. will work with you to develop the right research strategy for your organization and determine the right questions and methods to gather the information you need to succeed.


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About Paul Fallon

Paul Fallon is a public opinion researcher, political pollster and strategic advisor for corporations, levy committees, interest groups, political campaigns and public agencies and organizations. He also conducts customer, member, contributor and citizen satisfaction studies for government agencies, corporations, industry, trade associations and labor groups. READ MORE

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