Club for Growth's Huckabee hit ad scores well

Youngman, Sam
August 2007
Hill;8/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 98, p15
The article reports on the impact of an advertisement from the anti-tax group Cub for Growth attacking U.S. Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. According to Wilson Research Strategies, the ad could be problematic for Huckabee's campaign. In a survey conducted by the firm, the Club's ad scores above average in the strong message category among Republicans, Democrats and independents.


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