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Democrats' $60 Million Code Name "Bannock Street Project" Set to Destroy Kochs & Goposaurs in 2014

The Democrats’ plan to hold on to their narrow Senate majority goes by the name “Bannock Street project.” It runs through 10 states, includes a $60 million investment and requires more than 4,000 paid staff members. And the effort will need all of that — and perhaps more — to achieve its goal, which is nothing short of changing the character of the electorate in a midterm cycle.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is preparing its largest and most data-driven ground game yet, relying on an aggressive combination of voter registration, get-out-the-vote and persuasion efforts.

They hope to make the 2014 midterm election more closely resemble a presidential election year, when more traditional Democratic constituencies — single women, minorities and young voters — turn out to vote in higher numbers, said Guy Cecil, the committee’s executive director.

Part of the plan is to get the word out to voters that THE KOCH BROTHERS are largely behind all these BS ads - mostly Obamacare lies - that have already been playing in a few competitive states. There is some calculation that Dems might only need a tenth of the Koch/Goposaur budget until the Koch garbage starts backfiring, and their own money starts working against them.


Breaking: Man Who Installed Scott Walkers Secret Router Speaking Out; Installed in 2002! + More

Source: Daily Kos

Yowsa! 2002 is many years earlier than the John Doe investigators acknowledged they knew the system was in operation.

The person who installed the secret router is now speaking up in breaking news in the Wisconsin State Journal.

Gov. Scott Walker's Milwaukee County executive office was using a secret Internet system as early as 2002, according to a former county administrator who said he helped set up the network.


Kiefert said he never spoke with Walker directly about the system but said Russell brought him to Walker's office to be thanked personally for his help. Walker, who was on the phone, looked up, smiled and waved, he said.
"There was no talk of how they were going to use it for campaigning or anything like that," Kiefert said. "Russell made it clear I was doing a favor for Scott Walker."

Another source right out of Wisconsin http://host.madison.com/wsj/news/local/govt-and-politics/former-county-administrator-i-helped-set-up-scott-walker-s/article_c5b51126-ef30-5ca8-a9df-7aa10fcc5981.

Read more: http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/02/28/1281196/-Breaking-Man-Who-Installed-Scott-Walkers-Secret-Router-Speaking-Out-Installed-in-2002
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