Questions for Kay Bailey Hutchison

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Dave Mann

1. Is it possible, technically speaking, to have a “campaign” staff if you’ve yet to formally announce/launch your campaign?

And:

2. What does it mean that before you even make the aforementioned formal campaign announcement, you’ve already replaced your campaign manager (as Jason Embry reports)?

If Kay Bailey is reading this blog, please answer in the comments section below.

Or, if you’re reading this blog but aren’t Kay Bailey, you’re also more than welcome to answer in the comments section below.

The important concept here is to write in the comments section below.

I’ll help get you started. Here are my answers:

1. Yes it’s possible, because “campaign” seems to have become a permanent state of being for enterprising politicians.

2. It means big trouble.

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Dave Mann is a former editor of the Observer.


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