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Lizza, Ryan
November 2002
New Republic;11/18/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 21, p14
Relates the experience of a supporter of John Thune, Republican senatorial candidate in South Dakota, regarding his participation in the state Republican Party's get-out-the-vote (GOTV) campaign for the 2002 midterm elections. Background on Blaise Hazelwood, the organizer who oversaw the GOTV effort; Discussion on the other strategy used by the Republican Party in South Dakota to ensure successful voter turnout favoring Thune; Final results from voters precincts in South Dakota.


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