Now What: After New York, Has Anything Changed?

Written by Matt Bennett, SVP and Washington D.C. Practice Lead at Racepoint Global In the most dynamic presidential election in decades, have we reached stagnation? The New York primary happened yesterday, with weeks of anticipation and hype, and yet the results were predictably in line with the polls and the […]



Boston. One > Zero.

Written by Scott Barboza, Senior Account Executive at Racepoint Global 1. One. Depending on perspective, it can be a number of isolation or a number of completeness – the all-encompassing enumeration of all the possibilities that can be. It is, at once, a number that divides and draws together. Depending […]

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Now What: All Eyes Turn To The Golden State

Written by Cody Sibulo, Account Coordinator  The race to the White House has continued to surprise us, and the candidates are in full force in the remaining primaries spread out over the coming months. One thing is for certain: Every. Delegate. Counts. With this in mind, the presidential candidates are […]

NOW WHAT: Ohio, Ohio, Ohio

Written by SVP and Washington D.C. Practice Lead, Matt Bennett Super Tuesday #3 left us with clarity and confusion.   Hillary Clinton swept all five states (Florida, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri). Her clear victory in Ohio erased any concerns stemming from last week’s upset in Michigan. She is […]



HIMSS 2016: The Year of the Interoperability

             By Megan Ostrower, Account Executive How about that ride in? I guess that’s why they call it Sin City.     Did you know, in 1980, a Las Vegas hospital had to suspend workers who were placing bets on when patients would die? The […]

Now What: Super Tuesday And The Emergence Of The Nominees?

Written by Matt Bennett, SVP, Washington D.C. Practice Lead & Liz Wells, Senior Account Executive Tomorrow is a big deal in the 2016 election. Super Tuesday sees more than a dozen states and territories hold their presidential primaries and caucuses and there will likely be a great deal of clarity […]


Now What: New Hampshire Votes Against the Establishment

By Matt Bennett, Senior Vice President, Washington D.C. Practice Lead Continuing Racepoint’s look at the 2016 presidential election, we come to the New Hampshire primary. The results both confirmed what the polling showed in the week leading up to the vote and upended any chance of this being a short and […]