The image of Texas as a great state has been severely damaged in recent years, first by former Governor Rick Perry, who campaigned for the US Presidency in 2012. During that campaign, he failed to distinguish either himself or his state. Initially denying charges of racism which were subsequently proven to be accurate, he infamously failed to remember the name of a government agency he planned to get rid of during the course of a Presidential debate.
Redefining and Expanding
PR’s Role in Politics – Redefining and Expanding BY WWPR | APRIL 21ST, 2015 The Role of Public Relations in Politics is a monthly column written by WWPR member Margaret Mulvihill, examining […]
Optics And Perception
By: Margaret Mulvihill September 17, 2014 One of the more enjoyable parts of my job is skimming the newspapers and checking the online media outlets for any news that might give my […]
Definitions And Candidates
BY MARGARET MULVIHILL | JULY 2014 | This month, while thinking about the role of public relations in politics, I went back to the basics. I pulled the definitions of public relations, […]
A Call To Arms
OK. So the ‘War On Women’ is a bit of a hackneyed phrase at this point. Overused to some extent, but no less legitimate for that. We in the media are focused […]
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