Brandon Alfred

Home: Miami, FL

Ground your campaign and path to victory in tangible numbers. When running, or deciding to run, you may often hear folks speaking in generalizations. These generalizations may be about your opposition, or your voting population. Some of them may be very accurate, but others may be informed by biases or myths. The best thing you can do, however, is build a strategy based on past election results, demographic trends, and the statistical realities of the constituents you hope to represent. With those facts you can identify your path to victory, convince potential supporters, and bust myths.