Campaigning for Party Nomination in the age of Android, Smart Phone and Teleprompters: lessons for 2016 Presidential Aspirants
No candidate wants to be in a situation, where he or she hasn't received commitment of majority of delegates at convention time or end of voting. Mitt Romney was so brutalized from a long hard fought primary process because of his failure to achieve a threshold of number of delegates required to win the nomination in 2012. Further, the outcomes of many contests in states with greater number of delegates tend to swing the faith of aspirant’s campaign. To help free candidates of the anxiety of going through the grueling yearlong nomination process, the entry today contemplates addressing one huge factor, in getting aspirants message to the voters: communication, communication, and, communication.