It takes money to run a campaign and first-time candidates have to learn how to ask for it.
In his Contract With the American Voter, he pledged to spur $1 trillion in investments for projects around the country.
An election can provide advertising for lesser known universities and businesses.
Trump voters in Florida are enthusiastic, but the Clinton campaign is ahead in get-out-the-vote resources.
All candidates gather data, but Trump has people who've never donated to the GOP before.
Surrogates often end up doing candidates’ dirty work.
A campaign is trying to increase voter turnout by pushing companies to give their employees the day off to vote.
Matthew Prince of CloudFlare discusses his company's dust-up with the TOR Project.
The campaign ground game is cheap, but tough. Candidates skip it at their peril.