2015 Global Public Affairs Agencies of the Year

We’re pleased to announce that GSG has been selected as a finalist for this year’s Global PR Agencies of the Year recognition by PR industry trade journal The Holmes Report.… Read more »

In the Digital Age, Campaigns Seek to Reach Voters in New Ways

By Dan Pino Last week, GSG’s Matt Canter sat on a panel, hosted by Politico PRO, of seasoned campaign veterans to discuss the mobile revolution in this year’s presidential cycle.… Read more »

GSG Compass: Smaller isn’t better. How Dems can beat the GOP small gov argument.

Join us for a special conference call on Friday, Sept. 25, 12pm ET. GSG’s Nick Gourevitch and Matt Canter will discuss survey findings and implications for the 2016 election cycle.… Read more »

Carly Fiorina may have just conquered The Donald, but she’s no “women’s candidate”

By Amanda Thayer Even before the dust from last week’s GOP debate had fully settled, the consensus was clear: Carly Fiorina was the underdog-turned-champion of the previously male-dominated GOP presidential arena.… Read more »

Emmys 2015 in a More Divided Union: Education, Partisanship, and Game of Thrones

By Angela Kuefler It’s no secret that life as a youngish DC urbanite often does not resemble the lives of many Americans outside the Beltway. I spend my limited free… Read more »

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Smaller Isn’t Better: How Dems Can Beat the GOP Small Gov Argument

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