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Opposition Research for City Council Campaigns



Deep Expertise in Municipal Campaigns

We have been directly engage in municipal campaigns nationwide including:

  • Baltimore
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • District of Columbia
  • Houston
  • Indianapolis
  • Lexington
  • Louisville
  • Nashville/Davidson County
  • Philadelphia
  • Richmond

Simple Pricing for Municipal Campaigns

Our new pricing model for 2017 makes opposition research affordable for campaigns of all sizes. We have served campaigns from $200M super PACs to $50,000 city council races.

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