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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Moshe Starkman
Thanks to the Internet, a revolution has occurred in the way local campaigns are financed. Outfits such as ActBlue on the left and Club for Growth on the right harness donations from partisans across the country, channeling them into campaigns where they are backing candidates who tend to be on the ideological wings of the two parties.
"gives people a sense of empowerment. The key to Internet success is giving users a sense of ownership," Mr. Starkman said.
"They'll buy what's the hottest and latest without a fundamental understanding of how it's used," said Moshe Starkman, a Republican technology consultant who has created software to help run many aspects of political organizing and get-out-the-vote operations.