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New Tool for Pollsters and Researchers

Online research respondents don't always accurately represent their voting histories. But a new tool called Voter Insider aims to fix that.

Catalist, a company that provides voter data and analysis to progressive causes, and iModerate Research Technologies, an online research firm, say Voter Insider "gives pollsters and other researchers the ability to select a target audience that closely represents the voting population based on their documented vote history."  

The news comes a day after the announcement that Albert Dwoskin is leaving his post as chairman of the board at Catalist, which he helped launch in 2006. Current board members Patricia Bauman, the president of the Bauman Foundation, and Mike Podhorzer, AFL-CIO political director, are replacing Dwoskin as co-chairs.

Dwoskin, the president and CEO of the real estate development company A.J. Dwoskin & Associates, will serve as an advisor to the board and will continue to oversee the Catalist Virginia PAC.

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