Saturday, May 18, 2013
Rough crowd on the comments...
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Sacramentopress.com and other local online media deserve praise for focusing on the issue, which is a transparent inquiry. Without full disclosure yet, it's premature to judge.
For those who ask about why the local Democratic party gets involved in local races, this is a great video on the structure of the California Democratic Party: http://www.sacdems.org/about-us/dem-party-structure/. See at about 8:29, discussing how local central committees get people involved and are responsible for local races.
Agreed. Another example of a Sacramento-based effort to combat intolerance: http://www.championsofunity.org/institute-advancing-unity/about-the-institute.
Jared, I think this would have been a stronger article if it took a more comparative approach, discussing technological tools other campaigns used and perhaps how they used them differently (even if not as effectively), as well as putting in the context of more traditional tactics (e.g., mail) -- and the campaign resources (yes, I mean money) associated with all of them. Just an opinion.
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