Monthly Archives: September 2012

Unlikely Alliances

As cliché as it is to say it, young people are the future. That’s why it’s fascinating to see two young social movements working together to advance their separate agendas. In one of the biggest issues to face the young … Continue reading

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Why Hispanic Heritage Month Matters

September 15 – October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s personal to me, not only because of my Hispanic heritage, but because my father was intimately involved in its creation. In fact, President Ronald Reagan called him the “Father … Continue reading

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Your Voice, Your Vote. It Matters.

Here at Troup Consulting, we are excited to announce a video contest, ‘Your voice. Your vote. It matters.’ We hope it will generate some excitement around this year’s election. In last week’s blog post. I talked about the importance of … Continue reading

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Rhetoric is Fine, but Voting is Sexy

With the Republican convention last week and the Democratic convention this week, America has been deluged with coverage of the Presidential campaign. Often lost in the back and forth of political gamesmanship is the importance of voting. It is a … Continue reading

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