2015 and the political power of the personal

The 2015 federal election was the first real attempt by Canadian political parties to apply the lessons of the Barack Obama presidential campaigns. Some might describe this as the arrival of Big Data in Canada, but it’s more than that. This trend is part of a broader reinvention of campaigns of all kinds, driven not just by data but by the rediscovery of something more fundamental: people.

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