Based on four decades of hands-on experience, this book shows how, for political progressives, being right on the issues is less important than being the winner. A campaign should concentrate their attention on two types of voters: persuadables, or swing voters, and mobilizables, supporters who need to be motivated to go to the polls. If a campaign can peel off the occasional GOP voter or two, that’s great, but do not spend a lot of time or money on it. A campaign needs to find, … more
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