The High Road

December 2008
Politics (Campaigns & Elections);Dec2008, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p72
The article presents the views of several campaign consultants on how they would deal with a candidate who blame them for his loss. A Republican campaign consultant in Illinois, says if his candidate shows future potential, then for the sake of his party, he will suck it up and deal with it quietly. A Democratic media consultant in Virginia, says he would not lob personal attacks and name calling into the public forum but he might do it at the bar among his colleagues.


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