Clinton shifting staff to general election swing states (USA Today)USA Today
The Clinton campaign official wouldnt give details on specifically where staff will be concentrated. However, those close to the campaign say the second wave is likely to hit states that Barack Obama made competitive during his first White House run eight years ago, such as Indiana, North Carolina and Virginia. The campaign also already has a state director in Colorado.
That is the starting point this time, said Elleithee. The real question is whether, with Trump as her likely competitor, Clinton can even further expand the map to states that Democrats believe will eventually fall into their column given the nations changing demographics. These include Arizona, Georgia and the big prize, said Elleithee, of Texas.
and turning with a vengeance to the GE.
They gave him plenty of hints that it was time to move on, and plenty of time to move beyond his fantasies. But he didn't. The stakes this year are too high to wait for a self-centered loser to realize what everyone else already knows.
Excellent move by Team Hillary. No time like the present.
It's been over a year in the Primary.. she's won.. enough already.
Thank you, LF~
see heavy clinton operations in the purple and the new purple states go into action...states like texas....and southern states. Must build on the dislike of trump and conservatives...and work towards a landslide that brings the Senate and the House back to the democrats...perhaps once and for all
Losing candidates cut their staffs loose, instead.
Note: Reposted to GD