Campaigns Shift from Small Towns to Big Cities
The presidential campaigns are shifting from an early-state strategy to a national campaign. There is no more time for the candidates to glad hand at small diners and coffee shops; super-duper Tuesday is just around the corner — Feb. 5 — and the candidates now have to campaign in many states and big metropolitan areas all at once.
Robert Siegel talks with Republican political strategist Dan Schnur and Democratic strategist Donna Brazile about the kind of money and advertising approach it will take to be successful.
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