The High Road

November 2008
Politics (Campaigns & Elections);Nov2008, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p52
The article presents the outlook of several U.S. political consultants on whether or not a political candidate should leak the rumor about his or her political opponent who is allegedly maintaining an adulterous relationship. A Republican consultant from Virginia thinks that it is okay to leak the rumor to a reporter or blogger cause character issues may still be relevant on some political races. A Democratic media consultant believes that it is not proper to have this type of personal attack.


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