Campaign Design Activity
By- Shivam Jaiswal
Percentage under 18 (subtract over 18 % from 100)
Percentage over 65
Percentage White (non-Hispanic)
Percentage that own their home (“owner occupied housing”)
Percentage that rent their home (“renter occupied housing”)
Percentage that earned a high school diploma
Percentage that earned a bachelor’s degree
Median household income
Percentage of individuals below the poverty level
Language other than English
Industry (click “show more” by Economics)
Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations
Education, healthcare, and social assistance
Professional and Management
First segment: Enterprising Professionals
Household type: married couples
Housing: multi units; single family
Most of the young educated people are more engaged in STEM jobs. The neighborhood is very diverse with more than twenty percent Asians. Technology seems to be a big deal. People also shop from Amazon for convenience. Some well known restaurants are Cheesecake Factory, Chick fill a and Starbucks. In free time, people visit museums, watch movies, etc.
Second segment: Young and Restless
Household type: single
Housing: multi unit rentals
They are young, diverse and well educated. Most of them rent and will move for jobs. They live alone or in a shared place in densely populated areas of large metros in south, west and mid west. They text, listen to music, pay bills, get directions; can't do a lot without a cellphone. They shop for best price. However they buy organic food but go to a fast food restaurant sometimes.
Third segment: Metro Renters
Housing: multi unit rentals
They are mostly young, educated or mostly in school. They either live alone or with a roommate in a rented apartments in center of the city. They are willing to take risks and be on top of their professions. Most of their income goes to their rent, fashion and technologies. They use their phones for everyday news, entertainment, shopping and social media. They also love close to their jobs and some of them walk to their jobs.
Plank and rationale
republicans will pursue free market policies that are the surest way to boost employment and create new job growth and economic prosperity for all.
high percentages of kids who will get out of college lives in our district so for them to get jobs we will need to have jobs open for them.
We oppose the non-consensual withholding of care or treatment from people with disabilities, including newborns, as well as the elderly and infirm, just as we oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide, which endanger especially those on the margins of society.
Because government should set a positive standard in hiring and contracting for the services of persons with disabilities, we need to update the statutory authority for the Ability One program, a major avenue by which those productive members of our society can offer high quality services. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) has opened up unprecedented opportunities for many students, and we reaffirm our support for its goal of minimizing the separation of children with disabilities from their peers.
Plank: We need a dramatic change in the attitude of officials in Washington, a shift from a job-killing punitive mentality to a spirit of cooperation with producers, landowners, and the public.
An important factor is full transparency in development of the data and modeling that drive regulations. Legislation to restore the authority of States in environmental protection is essential. We encourage the use of agricultural best management practices among the States to reduce pollution.