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Republicans Giving Less to Presidential Races
If you diss the base, you will pay.
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Reuters reports:

In the past three months, Democratic presidential candidates raised an estimated $81.2 million compared to about $46.6 million for Republicans.

“It’s not a good sign for the Republicans at this point,” said Jan Baran, a campaign finance expert and former general counsel of the Republican National Committee. “They’ve got to be hoping that they can energize their base as well as independents between now and November of 2008, and if they can’t, they’re going to be in trouble.”

Hey, here’s an idea: Spend less time smearing, insulting, and running from your conservative base. Maybe they’ll be more likely to give you money instead of withholding it or asking for it back.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: 2008 Campaign, GOP