Campaigns Management

  • A political party decided to re-organize and re-engineer its organization for the 2007 national elections… and made an immediate impact by distinguishing itself from other political parties.
  • A governor explored a possible Senate run... and further defined a personal vision-mission statement.
  • A top political leader wanted to enhance reputation… was re-packaged, repositioned, and became more acceptable to the  public.
  • A former cabinet official decided to run for the Senate in 2004... and won the No. 1 slot with a 19 million mandate, setting a historic record.
  • Political clients who ran for vice mayoralty in one of the cites of Metro Manila, governorship in one of the premier provinces of the country, and congressional in one of the vote-rich provinces, wanted to make indelible marks in the minds of the voting populace… and won legitimate votes.
  • Two political parties in Malaysia—one belonging to the administration, the other to the opposition, both wanted to come up with political strategies espousing democratic principles … and gained them.
  • A political party in Indonesia hoping to strengthen its composition through a sound platform … and successfully revisited the same to achieve relevance to the voting populace.
  • A noted socio-civic leader, entrepreneur, and philanthropist from one of the vote-rich provinces in Region 3 wanted to contribute and make a difference in the lives of the people of her district, successfully won her first bid for congress in 2010 after she effectively crafted her vision-mission statement and packaged her image. She has been elected Vice President for Luzon of the Association of Lady Legislators of the 15th Congress.
  • An outstanding chief executive of a province in Region 3 explored a run for congress aiming to uplift the lives of the people particularly in his district, easily won majority legitimate votes in the 2010 elections.
  • A popular congresswoman from one of the districts of CAMANAVA wanted a re-election in 2010 to strengthen her chances for a local executive position in her city in the 2013 elections, effectively gained another term in congress by enhancing her vision-mission statement and repositioning herself.
  • A re-electionist legislator from one of the districts of one of the biggest provinces in Region 1 wanted another bid for congress, successfully defeated her opponent by strategically repositioning herself as the better choice in her district.
  • A hardworking local executive in the most popular city in one of the biggest provinces in Region 1 scored a victory in the 2010 elections and kept her position, consequently presenting herself as the opponent to contend with for the highest local position in the city in 2013.
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