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Hillary Clinton still in the lead on

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton still leads the CateComm/Proxeme “Checkmate State Projection” on On Wednesday morning, the projection showed Clinton ahead of GOP nominee Donald Trump by a little more than 89,000 votes, though that margin is expected to tighten by Election Day. The website’s computer model compares the daily voting stats against Florida polls on those days as averaged by “We distribute votes according to each day’s snapshot in time — because in Florida, there are 50 Election…

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Kevin Cate’s 2015 holiday greeting brought to you by “misfit” Donald Trump

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Strategist and communications consultant Kevin Cate just released his 2015 online holiday greeting Monday morning, and we get the feeling supporters of Donald Trump‘s 2016 bid for the White House won’t be watching it around the Christmas ham. CateComm’s new video asks whether Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – or any other red-state hero – can “save” the GOP from a victory by the free-wheeling New York real estate mogul. The production incorporates footage from the 1964 Burl Ives-narrated Christmas television classic, while quoting…

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2015 Florida Legislative Aide Study: To change law, bring solutions and don’t be a jerk

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Citizens are twice as important in the lawmaking process as lobbyists or the governor, less than half of lawmakers operate their own social media all of the time, and newspapers aren’t dead to lawmakers, according to the 2015 CATECOMM Florida Legislative Aide Study. “Most of the advice from legislative aides to the public is strikingly simple,” said Kevin Cate, founder of CATECOMM, a public relations and advertising firm. “If you want to make or change a law, get off the…

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… but who will win #CateBudget?

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As the Florida Legislature finishes its second-chance 20-day special session, Kevin Cate has renewed his bet on when the 2015-2016 state spending plan will be approved. As well as the final Sine Die of 2015. Since June 1, lawmakers have hurried to fulfill their one duty under the Florida Constitution, to pass a budget by June 30. The special session was scheduled through June 20. This time, #CateBudget, where the owner of public relations firm CateComm has a “little overtime fun” called for a best…

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