September 23, 2007

Campaign Lessons: Delegates add up for second choice, enough to beat #1

Nice lesson in how campaigns are won in the field, and one taught well in Camp Obama. It's a major reason polling second this early's no sweat; a close second will get 2 out of 5 delegates, and a weak first can't sweep. Add a strong third and the lead for first gets weaker. Also explains why HC now parrots Obama's phrases and laid off attacking.

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