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Wednesday, January 05, 2005
Interesting note about House races
Some Democrats have been saying that redistricting in 2002 has made it difficult for Democrats to retake the House, because of the reduction in competitive races. At DonkeyRising, they are discussing a study coming out that shows/argues that the reduction in competitiveness is
actually more due to a natural shift in district composition, and an inability of challengers to raise sufficient money
. If so, our task is clear - whoever
Nancy Pelosi selects to lead the DCCC
(Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) has to create a big drive to create a huge pool of money for these smaller races, raised from people like you and me, which is then opportunistically deployed to win where we have strong candidates.
posted by CB @
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