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May 14, 2012
Republican Super PAC angles for votes the GOP usually doesn’t get
- what New Republican Super PAC Crossroads Generation, which has raised $750,000 from a number of Republican seed groups, plans to launch a $50,000 social media campaign in a number of swing states, including Ohio and Virginia.
- why They want to pull some of the the youth vote away from Obama; Young Republicans will help the Super PAC on college campuses. Key selling points? The very high youth unemployment rate, along with student loan debt. source
10:08 // 2 years ago
January 4, 2012
Republicans are going to be neglectful if they say: ‘Oh, you don’t need Independents, you don’t need the young people.’ That’s where the excitement is, and that’s where the changes are coming about.
Ron Paul • Speaking this morning on NBC’s Today Show in the wake of the Iowa Caucuses, which he placed third in — and despite the relatively tight race between Romney and Santorum, he was fairly close to the front of the pack. It was a solid enough result that he has no plans to quit the race. Paul’s strategy has long banked on the youth vote. “That’s how you would have to beat Obama, so I think that’s a very encouraging statistic,” he said. Paul will take a little break in Iowa, then head to New Hampshire. source (via • follow)
10:41 // 2 years ago