Democratic Party of New Mexico

League of Women Voters

Federal Election Commission

Secretary of State

New Mexico Legislature

Bernalillo County Clerk

Hailed by the Democratic National Committee as one of only nineteen companies in the country qualified to do voter file management, Modern Analytical Political Strategies, Inc. (MAPS) is an established political consulting business with a proven track record in winning campaigns.

Although MAPS was formally established in 1984, the MAPS staff has over 75 years of combined expertise in political campaigns.

Last Updated:
July, 10 2008

We use the acronym MAPS because it best describes what we do to guide candidates to a successful win.

By using sophisticated campaign information systems, which include the most updated voter participation data, a political map is created specific to the candidate and the race.

These "maps" provide the direction on the information campaign highway.

MAPS campaign information system integrates information from various data sources--mailings, phone banks, field operations, polls, and outside data bases--into a single information system.

This ability to effectively use integrated voter information is what makes MAPS unique, distinguishing it from other political consulting strategists.

Then we update the voter profile continuously, reflecting the ever-changing targeted population.

MAPS offers a dynamic process of managing information that is interactive and adaptable to the ever changing political environment.

MAPS navigates as the information broker that provides an interface between resources, the experts, and the campaign.

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New Mexico Voter File
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Democratic National Committee
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qualified to do voter file management
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Petra Maes
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in the United States.
Kari Brandenburg
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Carol Vigil
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Liz Stefanics
 NM Senate District 39 First openly gay woman elected to the State Legislature
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 First Hispanic President of the National Association of Counties.
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