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Necessary Evil? Democratic 2020 Hopefuls Need Their Own Brad Parscales


Political pundits were puzzled when President Donald Trump put his 2016 campaign’s digital chief in charge of his entire reelection effort. But now, Politico reports Democrats are embracing that strategy, too. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker and Beto O'Rourke are giving senior campaign leadership roles to data and social media mavens. It’s a recognition of how central the online space has become to any candidate for the White House. Besides shaking hands and kissing babies, politicians now need to raise loads of money by email and win minute-by-minute messaging wars on social media.

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