The Apple Ballot: A Case Study

Does being endorsed by the MCEA’s Apple Ballot really make a difference to the endorsed candidates?

It can make the difference between winning and losing. In fact, 90% of Apple Ballot candidates beat their non-Apple Ballot opponents.

Below is a link to a case study, published in the Gazette, which details how a political novice won the Apple Ballot nomination, despite the odds.

Political novice beats out Montgomery Village president in District 36 delegates race, Gazette, September 22, 2010

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