Opposition Research

Opposition Research

Investigating political opponents has become commonplace in all types of campaigns, from the local level to the national front. But it is imperative to conduct professional, ethical and comprehensive research to gain the best advantage in a race.

Bearden Investigative Agency conducts complete opposition research investigations at all levels. We do comprehensive, in-depth original research that includes:

  • Detailing your opponent’s history regarding issues important to the race and whether that record conflicts with his/her current campaign platform.
  • Investigating your opponents’ past actions to determine if they align with his/her current campaign platform.
  • Researching voting records.
  • Conducting deep background investigations.

It is important to prepare a strong, resilient offense and defense in political races. You may also hire our agency to vet yourself as “the candidate.” This allows you to be the first to discover any potential political land mines and deal with them effectively. Remember, it is crucial to provide a quick, thorough, believable response to any attack, true or false.

We have far-reaching relationships in the political arena and understand the ever-changing landscape. We are aware of the time pressures campaigns face and we work accordingly.  We know the laws and rules and will do all of our work within appropriate legal and ethical boundaries.

Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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