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February 24, 2008


There's quite a bit of empirical evidence out there.

Not filing a full set of delegates in Pennsylvania is a mistake


This NYT piece is somewhat about impressions, but notice the quotation from Amy Fried about the weakness of Clinton's internet presence. Also, this article and others point out that Obama had/has more offices in many states:


Emphasizing TV ads over the "ground game" isn't necessarily a mistake (what if all those office in Idaho failed?), but the Clinton campaign had the resources to at least match Obama in these places.

Having said that, spending $1200 on Dunkin' Donuts isn't necessarily a mistake. People love donuts. Maybe it was effective.

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