Democrats Ramp Up Recruiting in Nevada While GOP Sleeps

Posted on July 21, 2008 at 2:38 pm
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Today’s edition of Chuck Muth’s Nevada News and Views draws some interesting comparisons between Nevada and Colorado politics apropro of this piece by Fred Barnes @ The Weekly Standard.   Barnes breaks down the dynamics of the recent Democratic surge in Colorado; Muth cites similar examples from Nevada and says we may be headed in the same direction this November.

Is Muth on the money with his analysis that Democrats are way ahead of the GOP with grassroots efforts in the great swing state of Nevada?  If you’ve been watching the local political and non-profit Want Ad pages (as I have) you’d have to say Yes.  See here and here and here and here and here. All are “Hiring Now” ads for Democratic and/or Progressive campaign workers and/or canvassers in Las Vegas (where most of Nevada’s population resides).

I couldn’t find even ONE ad for/from the GOP.  What gives?!  (Please send me the link(s) if you can find any.  I’d love to be corrected!)

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Nicky Cheese
22 July 2008

Great investigating.

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pragmaticallypolitical
23 July 2008

Congrats on the publicity!

concernvoter
25 July 2008

The reason you see those add for recruiting Dems is that they are starting LATE!
We are already organized through several coalitions and groups in NV, both republicans and bipartisan. Ah, by the way mostly volunteers… that is the beauty of well intentioned motivated voters.

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