For Immediate Release:
Political mistake, clever strategy – or NUNN of the above?
Collins and Sully take a memo on WGST’s “The Sully Show”
This past Monday, a memo outlining the fundraising strategy for Michelle Nunn’s Senate campaign was apparently left out in an area frequented by Republicans. Was this a disaster – or genius?
Hayden Collins called into “The Sully Show” to ask Sully if there’s a similarity between this “accident” and a tactic the Obama administration used when the Affordable Care Act was “leaked” before its first appearance in Congress.
By the next day, conservative talk show hosts were pounding on the Nunn campaign about the contents of the memo. But by nightfall, with all of the Conservative criticism this stirred up – between the blogs, talk shows, and Tweets – the Nunn campaign found itself with their candidate’s name all over the news and social media.
Collins pointed out that Nunn’s campaign couldn’t have bought this amount of advertising. “In a political campaign, any press is good press.” The more the Conservatives get stirred up, the more free press it means for their opponent.
After talking about the ongoing efforts of Georgia’s Senate race and how this “leaked” memo fits into it, Collins added, “Don’t be surprised what happens next on the political chessboard.” 2016 has already started.
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